The Golden Rabbitfish, Siganus Puelloides, is a colorful fish to
add to your well-established aquariums. These big-eyed creatures are
sparkling in appearance, which is why, can easily shine-out in night.
Their cheeks are covered with overlapping scales and have fully-scaled
pelvic ridges. The rim of their anterior nostril expands out forming a
very short pointed peak. The spines are stout, pungent as well as
poisonous. An adult Golden Rabbitfish will be seen paring around the
live rocks and coral reef. They mostly derive nutrition out of sessile
colonial tunicates, monaxonid sponges, and benthic algae. They can be
seen enjoying solitude or hanging out in large groups. These Golden
Rabbitfish are mostly found in reefs and marine sites of the
Indo-Pacific Ocean and Maldives.