Scrawled filefish

The organs of these fish contain a powerful tetrodotoxin known as palytoxin. This poison is related to the marine toxins found in animals like palythoa, a species that is often consumed by this fish. They do not usually form schools, instead living solitary lives in shallow coastal rock reefs and coral reefs.

Scientific Name
Aluterus scriptus
Order: Tetraodontiformes, Family: Monacanthidae
South of Sagami Bay, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean