Stock Video - The clown fish is also called Anemonfish because in the wild it always lives tightly adjacent to an anemone. By stopping when the dangerous tentacles of the anemone, the colorful little Clownfish can avoid being eaten by hungry predatory fish. The clown fish has developed a unique adaptability and can come into contact with its anemone without being damaged by it. A few sea anemones also live in symbiosis with crabs and anemone fishes (clown fishes). The symbiosis with the clown fishes works because the fishermen have a special slime layer that protects them from the poisonous tentacles of the sea anemone, and here, too, the sea anemone´s advantage is that it can get food scraps from the fish.

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