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Red Sea Clownfish by Mister Nemo

Pink fluorescent anemone with a Red Sea Anemone fish @ 30m depth in Woodhouse Reef, Tiran(Sharm El Sheikh), Egypt. This photo is shot with a magic filter without the use of strobes. If the same shot was done with strobes the original color of the anemone would have been replaced with a brownish/yellow while it would be possible to capture the fish in better quality.

Sea Anemone and Clownfish. Contrary to popular belief that clownfish live in any anemone, only 10 percent of anemone species form a symbiotic relationship with the fish, uh-NEM-uh-nee) often mistaken for plants are actually predatory animals closely related to Coral and jellyfish. Anemones are polyps that attach themselves to rocks on the sea bottom or on coral reefs.

Home alone Clownfish hiding among the tentacles of an anemone by Csaba Tökölyi

Clown fish and anemone...dang you did find me after all (..finding Nemo get it)

Pink Sea Anemones - Sea anemones are, for the most part, sessile creatures which means they remain attached to one spot. But if conditions grow inhospitable, sea anemones can detach from their home and swim off in search of a more suitable location. They can also slowly glide on their pedal disc and can even crawl on their side or by using their tentacles.

"The Lonely Clown" ~ Photography by bomancao | Percula Clown in Anemone, Moalboal, Cebu, The Philippine Islands

"Anemone City" photo by Juan Carlos Del Saz Candel, taken in the South Egyptian Red Sea. On one wall of the reef were a group of red anemones, each was home to several clownfish, the current was very strong, but at the same time it allowed lift "skirts" of the anemone showing its colorful velvet.