Puffer fish are the adorable little fish with the cherub faces that swim awkwardly around the reefs in most oceans of the world. This cute little fellow lives on the reef in San Pedro, Belize. He is completely wild but he has become very accustomed to the swimmers that frequent the protected marine area off the coast. Safe from harm, the animals here have learned that humans are not a threat to them.
The fishermen come here to clean their catch and the scraps that go into the water are quickly gobbled up by the sharks, rays, fish, and other creatures. The water is crystal clear and the swimmers get a perfect view of all of their favourite marine creatures.