Also called pompom crabs, boxer crabs clench small, stinging sea anemones for self-defense, though the crabs have been known to substitute sponges and other tiny creatures ... in a pinch. Marchione Giacomo. (National Geographic best undersea photo 2009) Pom Crabs, Sea Anemones, Sea Life, Boxers Crabs, Pompom, Underwater Photography, Amazing Animal, Pom Pom, Crabs Lybia
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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.