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.
Nemo flashes a smile. Snapped in the Philippines, this clownfish living amid the stinging tentacles of a huge sea anemone was photographed by Steve De Neef. The fish pictured here is the dominant female, and shares the anemone with her family.