Heres all the ones I know: -Common Clownfish -Orange Skunk Clownfish -Maroon Clownfish -Pink Skunk Clownfish -Red sea Clownfish -Barrier Reef clownfish -Clark's Clownfish -Cap Clownfish !
If Finding Nemo is correct, how about clownfish?
There are many types of saltwater fish. Some of these include anthias fish, angelfish, blennies, boxfish, clownfish, and blue/green reef chromis.
The correct term is clownfish.
Yes. They live in tropical water and you can find them in fish stores at the tropical fish section.
a flouder and a clownfish a flouder and a clownfish
An aquatic consumer is a fish so.. it would be a fish.. and some types would be: dolphins, sharks, whales, butterfly fish, orca, clownfish(NEMO), moray eel.
Clownfish eat the leftovers from fish on the anemone and algae.
My opinion of the Clownfish is that it is a unique and colorful fish.
Clownfish (Amphiprioninae) is a salt water fish - not a reptile.
A clownfish is a vertebrate. All fish are vertebrates.
There Are 29 Different Types Of Clownfish. the Most Common One Is The
no its a FISH
Clownfish can be housed with most species of marine fish, as long as they aren't large and predatory, such as lionfish.
The clownfish is in the fish kingdom
Anemones provide food and shelter for clownfish. Clownfish appear to be the only fish that can resist the anemone's stinging poison. When an unsuspecting bigger fish tries to eat the clownfish the clownfish ducks into the anemone and the big fish gets shocked to death by the poison. Then the anemone eats the fish and the clownfish gets the scraps which is fine by it.
clown fish attract fish to the anemone because the fish wants to eat the clownfish so the anemone catches the fish and eats it
Fish do not have hair.
betta fish are fightinh fish, so NO! yes clownfish loves Japanese fighting fish (betta fish) Clownfish are saltwater and bettas are freshwater...you figure it out.
A clownfish a type of fish, but I am not sure what you mean by what materials they use.