Golden boxfish  

Golden Boxfish on a night dive at Llewellyn reef in the Capricorn Bunker group in the southern Great Barrier Reef . This photo was taken on a night dive.

Dog Face Puffer  
Dog Face puffer are soft and spongey to touch. They are so full of teterodotoxin poison that they are invincible and go anywhere with impunity. These fish are soft to touch and do not have body armour or external spines like many of the members of the same family. However, this family is infamous for its powerful teeth.