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So i have a porcupine puffer and have had him almost a year now, but today when i came home one of his eyes lost the blue fluorescent color to it, does anyone know what it could be and why does this happen?
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Welcome to Reef2Reef!

Well, that's a new one on me. I see a lot of eye issues with porcupines, but never saw this before. It almost looks like a cataract, but those take time to develop. Is the fish still feeding normally?

Here is an article I wrote on fish eye disease issues:

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Welcome to Reef2Reef!

Well, that's a new one on me. I see a lot of eye issues with porcupines, but never saw this before. It almost looks like a cataract, but those take time to develop. Is the fish still feeding normally?

Here is an article I wrote on fish eye disease issues:

Jay
Yes he still is eating and acting normally
 

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