Yes, keep in mind seahorses are one of the most timid sea
clown fish, sea horses, sea fishes
Clown Fish live in Sea Anemone, which sting other fish. This protects them from predators.
A clown fish is able to live in a sea anemone because the clown fish's body is immune to the sea anemone's poison, therefore, will not be affected by the sea anemone.
Clown fish live in sea anemones
Sea anemones and star fish and sea horses and some kinds of sharks.
Of course! But clown fish are exotic animals, and look good with clown fish
No, they hide in it for protection. Clown fish AKA Anemone fish live in a symbiotic relationship with sea anemonies.
The clown fish have an immunity to the poisonous sting of the sea anemone. The clown fish protects and cleans the anemone while the anemone protects the fish from other predators.
no, sea horses are saltwater fish and goldfish are freshwater fish
they live in sea anenomes. they plants are very poisinus. clown fish are the only ones able to survive in this plant they live in sea anenomes. they plants are very poisinus. clown fish are the only ones able to survive in this plant
The clown fish is immune to the sea anemones poison, and the clown fish hides in the sea anemone for protection while it eats.
OKay animals that live in salt water are sharks, octopuses, star fish, Sea horses, coral, Clown fish, Sting Ray and thousands of other types of fish etc.
if u mean what they live in then it's a sea anenome.
sharks sea lions dolphins sea horses star fish jellyfish string ray clown fish
They live in sea anemones because it protects them from predators which in turn the clown fish protects the anemones from things that want to eat it.