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Cowfish LimitedTropical
Cowfish single
Details
Lvl req. 1
Type Tropical
Area Tropical reef
Shop / Animal
Cost Coins2 450.000 / 450.000
Gain Veteran/ Cowfish single {{{GainVeteran}}}
Gain 09.2011/ Cowfish single Coins2 5.000
XP 500
Every 1 day
Breeding / Animal
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Cost Coins2 450.000/450.000
in 1 day, 4 hours
Instant Zoo bucks 40/40
Reward for completing a Family
Family XP 500
Family Gain Coins2 4.500
Crossbreeding / Animal
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Result1 --
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Collections
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The Cowfish is a part of the Tropical themed collection.

Ostraciidae is a family of squared, bony fish belonging to the order Tetraodontiformes, closely related to the pufferfishes and filefishes. Fish in the family are known variously as boxfishes, cofferfishes, cowfishes and trunkfishes. It contains about 24 extant species in seven extant genera.

Ostraciidae occur in the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans, generally at middle latitudes, although the common or buffalo trunkfish (Lactophrys trigonus) which lives mainly in Florida waters may be found as far north as Cape Cod. The scrawled cowfish, Acanthostracion quadricornis, can grow up to 50 centimetres (20 in) in length, but is generally smaller at higher latitudes.

Members of this family occur in a variety of different colors, and are notable for the hexagonal or "honeycomb" patterns on their skin. They swim in a rowing manner. The hexagonal plate-like scales of these fish are fused together into a solid, triangular, box-like carapace, from which the fins, tail, eyes and mouth protrude. Because of these heavy armoured scales, Ostraciidae are limited to slow movements, but few other fish are able to eat the adults. Ostraciidae of the Genus Lactophrys also secrete poisons from their skin into the surrounding water, further protecting them from predation. Although the adults are in general quite square in shape, young Ostraciidae are more rounded. The young often exhibit brighter colors than the adults. source: wikipedia.org