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    senerii: Aquatic Simplicity by ~beregond3019

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      clown / anemone fish ~ omnivorous, feeding on undigested food from their host anemones & faecal matter from it provides nutrients to the sea anemone - primarily eat small zooplankton from the water column, such as copepods, algae + tunicate larvae, native to Indian / Pacific oceans, Great Barrier Reef, Red Sea. While most species have restricted distributions, others are widespread - living at bottom of shallow seas in sheltered reefs, shallow lagoons

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      senerii: Aquatic Simplicity by ~beregond3019 clownfish. mated pair? anemone?

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