The Leopard Puffer, Canthigaster leoparda, or the Leopard Toby Puffer, is a small, but brilliantly colorful and patterned puffer fish. A mosaic of spots, stripes, and color, the Leopard Puffer uses its fins to move graceful around the aquarium. The Leopard Puffer, like other puffers, have the unique ability to puff out, especially when it feels trapped in a net. Therefore, it is recommended that the Leopard Puffer should be transferred using a container, and not a net. Multiple puffers can be kept in one tank but should have at least 25 gallons for each individual. The Leopard Puffer thrives best in fish-only tanks and are not recommended to be housed with small invertebrates and should be monitored extremely closely with most corals. The Leopard Puffer should be fed meaty foods, preferably a variegated diet including clams, shrimp, frozen foods, hard shelled shrimp and herbivorous foods.