What does Sea Anemone mean?
"Anemone" is ancient Greek for "daughter of the wind." An anemone is a type of flower, and sea anemones resemble flowers.
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 the anemone. Anemone on the other hand are benefited because they get better water circulation from the anemone swimming around.