The Fact of Clown Fish
Fact 1) There are 28 separate species of clownfish exploring Indian and Pacific oceans, the Red Sea and Australian Great Barrier Reef.
Fact 2) Relationship between clownfish and anemone is called symbiosis, which means that both species have benefited from mutual life. Clownfish eat anemone’s leftovers (pieces of fish, for example) and use venomous tentacles to protect itself from various predators. Anemone uses clownfish for the removal of dead tentacles and to increase circulation of water (fast movement of fins increases aeration of water and amount of available food).
Fact 3) All eggs hatch as males. When the group’s woman dies, the dominant male undergoes a sex change and becomes female.