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Clownfish

Parent Category: Saltwater Fish
Known as the "Finding Nemo" fish, the Clownfish is bright orange saltwater species native to warm water coral reefs where they live in anemones.
Saltwater fish are very hard to keep, and it absolutely takes an established aquarium, and not just a tropical aquarium with salt. You have to have special "live" substrate, preferably "live" rock, and all levels of ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, and salinity have to be monitored very closely. A...
I'm gonna say it lives 7 years. I'm gonna say it lives 7 years.
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I don't know why, but clown fish are resistant to the harmful effects of touching the tentacles of a sea anemone. Because of this, they often stay in them, which makes them very hard targets for predators, which would get hurt by touching a sea anemone.
Clown fish live on the continental shelf part of the ocean zone.
Clownfish eat algae,plankton,molluscs, and crustacea... Although in captivity they can survive on meat, fish flakes, and fish pellets.
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Yes a clown fish has a heart it is common sense!
  The dont really defend themselves so much. Their defence is speed and camoflage (they blen in with many anemities) and other coral to avioid bring eaten but as far as actual defece, they dont really have one.
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it all depends on the area you live in
Anemonies tenticles, bait and Small fish.
yes they can I had one that grew fins back in about three weeks
Yes they do. They also eat assortments of Algae.
Clownfish and Sea Anemone's have a symbiotic relationship. They essentially benefit from each other. The clown fish offers protection to sea anemones by keeping away certain predators. They also eat left over food and scrape away algae that grows on the anemones. Anemones provide a home for...
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They live in salt water in sea anemones. This is interesting because a sea anemone usually stings and paralyzes fish, then eats them as prey.
Clownfish get eaten by sharks and larger fish. Such as Dolphins, Whales, Rays, Skates...etc.
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2 orange and white some species of clownfish do have some black lines but it is primarily orange and white for all
No, clown fish live in coral reefs.
It depends on where the fish lives. If it is in a pond then it will  lay eggs in the spring and summer. If its a fish in an aquarium  inside of a heated home, they can lay eggs at any time.
A clownfish have 3 primary job scope, namely - Wear your strips proudly - Look cute - Behave busily around the anemone
Clown fish is dependent on the Sea Anemone for protection and food. The Anemone paralyzes the fish and eat and the Clow Fish will eat the remaining bits and pieces. As for Barracudas eating Clown Fish, it is possible, but Clown Fish are usually not eaten by other fish because they stay safely tucked...
There are numerous differences not only in the type, body shape and even colours, but the fact that a goldfish is a freshwater fish, and a clownfish is a saltwater fish.
The correct term is clownfish.
Unfortunately, clownfish (eggs) are precocial and that gets them a quick death by being eaten by other fish soon after birth. The only thing that will keep them safeis the anemone that protects their parents and the symbiotic relationship they could have if they stay in its safety.
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Commensalism because the clownfish uses the sea anenome (which is un-affected) to lay their eggs in and to live in.
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what continent is the clownfish found
no there is not an lps clownfish.
Clownfish always live on coral reefs close to anemones. If you remember Finding Nemo, Marlin always wanted to stay in the anemone. That is because clownfish don't get hurt by anemones. So when there are predators, a clownfish will retreat inside an anemone. Predators can get hurt by the anemone's...
5 to 14 feetidk what this dudes talking about but hes wrong they get up to 1 foot 8 inchs. we sell them at my work
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Clownfish live in sea anemone because they are benefited by the sea anemone. The sea anemone are also benefited by this relationship. This is called mutualism. The clownfish are the only fish in the sea that are not stung by the sea anemone's long tentacles. Clownfish eat other fish leftover from...
  Have more rounded caudal fins that enable them to make quick darting movements   Ability to detect the correct host species by olfactory stimuli   Able to bleach itself in color at night and hide within the anemone tentacles
  amphiprion allardi, the common name is allard's clownfish it was discovered by herbert axelrod after his visit to Allards Collecting Station in Kenya
Clownfish are orange with white stripes and black outlining them they are very intelligent fish also they live in a anemone.
well i am learning about reproduction of clown fish and my teacher said that its reproduction is laying eggs and protecting it intill it grows
its skin protects from the harmful anemone
By cleaning it and sometimes also by attracting passively other fishes.
the clownfish has a layer of mucus on the outside of them that protects them from being stung.
yes. clownfish are the (myth) clowns of the sea, and can only live in salt water. to feed them, feed once a day and pour fair amounts, they can eat up to: coral, dig under the sand to find little objects or they can eat plants. this descrips the food change of fishes. i would recommend to look the...
Clown fish can reproduce year-round due to the warm water in which they live. A female can lay about 400-1500 eggs per cycle, depending on its size. If a female dies, the breeding male will change sex and become the female.
Simple You mix some rock salt in tank
clownfish are born from eggs
Clown fish are afraid of certin species of sharks or large fish.
  == Clownfish, also known as: Maroon Clown or White Strip Anemonefish, are beautifully colored marine specimens - these fish are commonly found in the Indo-Pacific ocean ranges. ==
I jus bought two. Mr. And Mrs. Bubbles. Bubba bubbles sleeps right next to his partner lola bubbles. They know when it's night time! First of all your lighting should be on some kind of timer. They need consistent day and night cycles like we do. When my light goes from day to night, they swim to...
4.3 inches long for the max.
they die by getting eaten
Clown Fish have oil based scales that allow them to swim freely and faster.
Um, it's a fish. Its a topical fish
a couple of the behavioral adaptations are they depend on the anemone and they are aggressive to own kind in wild, but they aren't in captivity. a physcological one is they change from male to female 1 time! and a physical adaptation is they have rounded fins so they can swim faster. ttyl!
This is an example of mutualism. The clownfish benefits from the housing and protection of the sea anemone and the sea anemone in return gets the scrapes the clownfish brings and can sting and digest the large fish that the clownfish lures in.
It has colourful scales all around its body
is the relationship between the clown fish and sea anemone
In captivity, clownfish may grow from 2 till 5 inches long (5 to about 13 cm)In the aquarium there is less pressure to forage for food. In the wild, depending on the species, they reach over 7 inches (about 18 cm) .
    Clownfish are omnivores.
I believe they have ctenoid scales.
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Yes, clown fish is the only known species that can live among the anemone. These are poisonous for all other fishes but clown fish, as its body is covered by a thick mucus, that is able to protect from the deadly stingy anemone's tentacles.
Yes, because when it's a Newborn baby fish ,it cover themselves with an anemone's slimy mucus coating.
  The order of Clownfish is Perciformes, which include around 40% of all bony fish and are the largest order of vertebrates
Yes. A third of a clownfish's diet is algae meal
a clown fish defense is a person are a animal that eats a clown fish
there sense of smell
In coral reefs but more specifically in sea anenomes in the Indian and pacific ocean
Are u aloud to tell me where to clownfish eggs stay to be safe im a loving person for animals
Because when he was a baby the barracuda that killed Coral scratched the side of his egg with his teeth leaving him injured.
they see each other through an egg and then when they develop they are mates
Well it depends on how big your fishtank is. If you have a smaller fishtank I would suggest only one, especially if you are planning to buy clownfish from different stores. In most cases, if you have a clownfish in your tank, and then you add another clownfish, they may be a bit aggressive to each...
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yes it does live in the marine biome