Question: In South Korea, pufferfish is famous, and people eat it frequently. However, I have heard that due to the extremely strong poison from the fish, pufferfish is very dangerous to eaters when the chef is not trained well enough to prepare it. 435 more words
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The answer to severe pain might just be hidden within the sometimes-lethal Japanese pufferfish, or fugu as its known locally.
Fugu is a fish that’s notorious for its poisonous insides that are more deadly than cyanide. 164 more words
The male Japanese Pufferfish is grey instead of brightly-colored. So he must use his ingenuity to attract females for mating.
Using just his fins and working 24 hours a day for an entire week, the little fish creates an astonishingly complex and beautiful “crop-circle” sand design in the sea bed. 234 more words