Clownfish are a group of marine (saltwater) fish that are native to the Indian and Pacific oceans. They are sometimes called Anemonefish, because they are immune to the poison of sea anemones.
Describes where they live, their life cycle, and the symbiotic relationship they have with anemones.
Provides a description of the characteristics, behavior, ecology, habitat, and range of this fish.
Contains information about the breeding and feeding of this fish.
Offers several pictures of the fish, plus some general information about it and anemones.
Nature article looks at the group dynamics of this fish.
Features description and facts about diet, size, range, population status and predators.
National Geographic article that talks about anemones, and the clownfish hierarchy.
Where to find them, what they look like, and special adaptations.
Offers a large selection of images of this fish.
Encyclopedia article that talks about the clownfish family, and their habitat.
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