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  1. The still unnamed new guy has warmed up to me quickly, but dislikes the camera. It also is really tough to take decent photos of him in the tank. The thin layer of algae on the inside of the acrylic certainly does not help improving the picture quality either. I did improvise though to present you with some photos of a video and made use of the Olympic Tablespoon once more. Dwarf Puffer sure is a very descriptive name for these guys. He also has the cutest markings every. Most other DPs I have seen have less dark markings. The dark blue on the sides really does not show well in top view, and the camera tends to wash it out too. His markings are what made me pick him over the cute little fat girl that was in the tank with him. In side view you can see the blue markings a bit better Side view happens at about 1:20 or so
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