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Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195

SKU: WW/ACE48105AD
Weight: 30 lbs
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Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Price: $195.00
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton  Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton  Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton  Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton  Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
Framed Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor in a 21 inches Black Shadow Box- You are buying this one for $195
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Product Details
Real Triggerfish Skeleton Wall Decor Under Glass in a Black Shadow Box.  The black colored shadow box measures approximately 21 inches long, 17 inches wide and 2-3/4 inches deep.  The triggerfish skeleton measures approximately 16-3/4 inches long and 10 inches wide at its widest point. (few repaired scratches on the frame)  Can be hung or placed on a shelf.  Great for those who appreciate fish wall decor or skeleton wall decor. This is a Real Triggerfish Skeleton - Not a Replica.  The back of the shadow box has clips so you can access the interior glass to clean off smudges, placed during assembly.

Triggerfishes are about 40 species of often brightly colored fish of the family Balistidae. Often marked by lines and spots, they inhabit tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world, with the greatest species richness in the Indo-Pacific. Most are found in relatively shallow, coastal habitats, especially at  coral reefs.  Male and female triggerfish perform certain prespawning behaviors: blowing and touching. A male and female blow water on the sandy bottom (usually in the same spot at the same time) and set up their egg site. They touch their abdomens on the bottom as if they are spawning. During actual spawning, eggs are laid on the sandy sea bottom. Eggs are scattered and attached to sand particles.   After spawning, both the male and female participate in caring for the fertilized eggs (biparental egg care.

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