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Sea anemones use their nematocysts (small stinging cells)to attack prey or to defend itself from enemies. That counts as an adaptation, right?

yes of course it does
an example of an adaptation of a sea anemone is its stinging cells

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Q: What are a sea anemone's adaptations?
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