#8 Pufferfish (8/10)

Pufferfish might look adorable when they’re puffed up, but the truth is that this trait is an intimidating survival mechanism. They are aggressive and willing to attack anyone they perceive as a threat. One of the adaptations that helps the pufferfish survive is the ability to produce a poison known as tetraodotoxin. This toxin is secreted across their body, making puffers dangerous to touch or consume.

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#7 Stonefish (7/10)

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