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Bridled Burrfish Video Stock Footage

C. antennatus has a maximum length of 38 cm. They have 10–12 short, fixed spines with fleshy sheaths on their head and body. These are arranged in an approximate row from the snout to the dorsal fin, with the ones on the sides and top of body being more vertically erect. They have long tentacles above the eyes and small black spots on their head and body. Like all members of the family Diodontidae, C. antennatus has the ability to inflate their body through the swallowing of water or air. This, along with the spines, protects them against most predators. Learn more about Bridled Burrfish

View related species in family group: Porcupinefish

Animalia: Chordata: Tetraodontiformes: Actinopterygii: Diodontidae: Chilomycterus antennatus

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