Why Do Pufferfish Make Noise?

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Why do Pufferfish Make Noise?

Why do Puffer fish make noise? This is one of the questions I have heard many people ask about these fish, and if you are reading this article, it means you want to know why they make noise too, this article will answer your question.

Pufferfish are very funny, friendly to people, and also nice fish to keep in the aquarium.

They are very interesting fish because they are funny and could exhibit some hidden behaviors which you might not be aware of at any time and one of them is making noise.

Pufferfish make noise in the aquarium and if you are not aware of this, that means you are not very familiar with these fish and their bunch of unending behaviors.

There is only 1 reason why they make noise, which is to communicate among themselves. They use their teeth and also use their swim bladder vibration as tools of communication.

If you have more than one of these fish in your aquarium, it is very common to hear them make some noises, you have nothing to worry about as it is typical Puffer behavior. They are just communicating and nothing more, so you have nothing to worry about.

Do Puffer Fish Have Voices?

Pufferfish have a high-pitched chirping sound which they use to communicate with each other.

This high-pitched chirping sound is just for communication with their species and it is why many people think that they have voices and also why they make noises in the tank.

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