Hi guys, I went to my LFS and got a Blue Spotted Puffer for my 20g (it's a baby, only about 2 inches long right now and the plan is to already have a bigger tank by the time it outgrows the 20g). The problem is, after roughly 5 straight hours of googling about them, the only thing I've worked on pretty much all day, I still can find only the bare minimum of information. My LFS has a great reputation and the guys were so awesome about helping me decide which fish to set up my tank for and research based on what I can provide and my near future plans *on my previous trip* (trying to emphasize yes I researched for HOURS before it was brought home and still nothing), so I'm going 100% off what they said. It also happened to line up with what little information I found online (they gave more info than the internet but when they said something about a topic I found info on it was the same). What they told me was - LRS Fish Frenzy is what its been on, when it gets bigger switch to LRS Chunky. Feed it live snails. The shells help keep its beak short. You can actually see when it's being overfed because they get "fat" bellies after feeding. Skinny is bad, a little chubby is perfect, and bloated is too much. This will help me gauge and get used to feeding the right amount. Consider adding live rock for it to rub its beak on to keep it short. (I had asked about the beak situation and they gave options to reduce/eliminate how often I'd need to trim it but didn't try to sell me on something I didn't need, which is also part of why I trust their info so much) Sand substrate. Puffers generally like to dig/play with the sand. Have hiding spots but also an open area for digging/playing. They like attention. A lot. This is basically a water puppy. Not super fast growers (internet said puffers, in general, grow about 3/4-1 inch a year) so the 20g will be perfect for possibly up to 4 years, but always judge based on growth. When it's getting close to 4.5-5 inches it'll start to get bored aka get a bigger tank. It will get up to 6 inches They're messy and I'll have to clean up after it eats like it's my baby. (Let's be real here though, it IS my baby) They're pretty much impossible to tell the difference between the sexes. "Just pick one and go with it. The fish won't care, it won't even know." lol.. Since I can "pick" I'll find a name I like and go from there... unless someone here knows the difference That's all I can think of right now. If I happen to remember something else I left out I'll edit it in So in a nutshell my questions are (1) Is this info right/what else do I need to know? (2) Based on how big it is can anyone tell how old it is? (3) Are these fish new/rare to the aquarium world or am I completely missing something? Sorry for the long post. Enjoy this terrible quality picture of me trying not to disturb it with my flashlight while it's sleeping on its hut. This is the first time I've seen a fish use something as a "bed" to sleep and I'm in love with it already.