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和訳をお願いします(>_<) The ocean contains many strange and surprising creatures. One such creature is the puffer fish. This very strange fish is probably the most poisonous creature in the ocean. The poison that this fish produces is 275 times more poisonous than the chemical which is usually used to kill rats. The puffer fish gets its name from the way the fish protects itself from enemies. Whenever it is attacked,the fish blows up its body to three times its normal size! Another strange thing about this fish is the fact that it cannot swim like other fish. Because it dose not have bones like other fish,the puffer fish can only move slowly through the water as it is carried by waves. The puffer fish also has funny teeth. These teeth stick out of the fish's mouth and are used by the fish to open the shells of the creatures that live on the ocean floor. This strange,ugly,and very poisonous fish is actually a very expensive kind of food in Japan.


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    海には、不思議で驚くような生物がたくさんいる。たとえばパッファーフィッシ(=フグ)だ。この不思議な魚は、海に住むもので恐らくももっとも有毒な生物と考えられる。この魚が出す毒は、通常ネズミを殺すのに使う毒物の275倍ある。     パッファーフィッシ(膨れる魚=フグ)は敵から身を守る方法からその名が付いている。敵から攻撃されるとこの魚は、普通の3倍の大きさにふくれあがる。この魚のもう一つの特徴は、他の魚とちがって泳げないことだ。他の魚のような骨が無いので、パッファーフィッシは、波の間に間にのろのろとと動くしか無い。パッファーフィッシは歯も変わっている。この魚の歯は口から外に出ていて、海底の貝をこじ開けて食べる。この、奇妙な、醜い、有毒な魚が、日本では、事実、非常に高価な食料なのである。





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