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The Yellow boxfish (juvenile) is easy to recognize due to its boxy appearance and the bright yellow body with black spots. Boxfishes secrete a potent toxin (a.k.a. ostracitoxin) from their skin when they are in danger or stressed. Many reef predators will take one taste and spit them out. A juvenile boxfish is about 5-8 cm in length. Adults can grow up …

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