Lanie Botha
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The reef dwelling clownfish lives in a near perfect symbiotic makes its home within sea anemone. Covered in a thin, mucus-like membrane which protects the clownfish it is able to hide from larger predators within the stinging tentacles of the sea anemone. In turn it chases away poly-eating fish and keeps the anemone constantly fertilized for a near perfect symbiotic relationship.

The reef dwelling clownfish lives in a near perfect symbiotic makes its home within sea anemone. Covered in a thin, mucus-like membrane which protects the clownfish it is able to hide from larger predators within the stinging tentacles of the sea anemone. In turn it chases away poly-eating fish and keeps the anemone constantly fertilized for a near perfect symbiotic relationship.