The Boomerang Trigger is more commonly referred as White Line Triggerfish, Sufflamen bursa, Balistes bursa, Hemibalistes bursa. The Boomerang Trigger is known for its investigative and intelligence senses. Triggerfish are aggressive in nature, and should not be kept with peaceful fishes. The Boomerang Trigger can readily eat small fishes. So, it is better to keep it in a fish only tank or with a fish of more aggressive nature. The Boomerang Trigger grows up to a size of 10 inches. The aquarium size that suits them best is 100 gallons. You can decorate its tank with rocks, caves and other d‚cor so that it can play and hide. Make sure the objects that you are using are heavy because Boomerang Triggerfish can re-arrange the complete aquarium settings. Keep the Boomerang Trigger under normal water conditions having temperature range within 70s and pH range up to 8.4. But the one thing that need to be made a point while caring for a Boomerang Triggerfish is that it cannot tolerate changes with water conditions and need well-filtered and well-circulated water flow. The Boomerang Trigger fish is a carnivorous fish that can be fed with a blended diet of squid, clams, shrimp, fish, and other meaty fares which is suitable for carnivores. The marine algae and vitamin-enriched herbivore foods are also good for its growth.