A pufferfish may seem slow and easy to prey on, but they puff up into a ball when threatened. They also sport sharp beaks that can crush through pretty much any shellfish. Moreover, they are quite hostile.
Unsurprisingly, boxfish are named after their boxy appearance. Moreover, boxfish possess a bony, armored skeleton. In fact, their bodily shape remains mostly recognizable after decomposition.
In this book, The Great Pufferfish and Boxfish Coloring Book, we give out blank outlines of the many pufferfish and boxfish species for you to be awed, enjoy coloring them, and acknowledge how beautiful puffers and boxfish are.