The Spotted Boxfish, is distantly related to puffers, but does not share many of the defensive strategies of puffers. Their body is fixed except the fins, eyes, and mouth thanks to an armor plate encasing the entire body. They can swim surprisingly fast and are able to turn on a dime when needed. You can find them close to the bottom cruising near rock outcrops searching for small invertebrates such as sponges and worms. The Spotted Box Fish "Moa" flute is easy to use, fun to play, and a perfect Maui treasure to share with friends and family.