This video, recorded in India, says about itself:
21 August 2012
Symbiosis, including anemonefish & clownfish. Part 18 of my DVD, “Reef Life of the Andaman“.
In the Coral Triangle, clownfish figured out how to share
by Sarah Zielinski
11:41am, April 1, 2016
Clownfish and anemones depend on one another. The stinging arms of the anemones provide clownfish with protection against predators. In return, the fish keep the anemone clean and provide nutrients, in the form of poop. Usually, several individual clownfish occupy a single anemone — a large and dominant female, an adult male and several subordinates — all from the same species. But with 28 species of clownfish and 10 species of anemone, there can be a lot of competition for who gets to occupy which anemone.
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