The Clownfish likewise referred to as Anemonefish are one of the most recognisable fish in the sea. There are thirty different types of the fish of differing size and colour found in warm, shallow water across the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
You can discover the Clownfish living among the tentacles of Sea Anemones and they have an intriguing and equally helpful relationship with these plants. The Anemones protect the fish from predators and offers it with scraps of undigested food whilst the Clownfish secures the Anemones from parasites. There are a number of theories on how the Clownfish endures the poisonous tentacles of the Anemone that include a progressed resistance and distinct coatings on their skin.