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The Red Sea clownfish (Amphiprion bicinctus) Red Sea.

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Photo Title: The Red Sea clownfish (Amphiprion bicinctus) Red Sea.
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red sea clownfish, anemonefish, two band anemonefish, amphiprion bicinctus, red sea, desert sea, red sea rift, rift valley, coral reefs, tropical sea, indo-west pacific, dazzling colours, invertebrates, anemone, sea anemone, tentacles, stinging cells, nematocyst, symbiosis, corals, jellyfish, chagos archipelago, gulf of aden,
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The Red Sea clownfish (Amphiprion bicinctus) Red Sea. Belonging to the damselfish family, clownfish or anemonefish as they are also known are only found in the Indo-west Pacific region and are perhaps one of everyone’s favourites for their dazzling colours and clown like behaviour, as they dart around, in and out of, or even completely hide within their host anemone’s stinging tentacles, at night or whenever predators may be close by. Sea anemones are primitive invertebrates and are members of the same family as corals and jelly fish, although, unlike corals, which live in colonies and jellyfish that are free to swim in the open sea, they are solitary animals that live attached to the sea floor. Their tentacles, which are typically studded with nematocysts (stinging cells), are active in capturing food and transferring it to the mouth, and may be used defensively too. Clownfish are unique in that they have evolved to be immune to the stinging cells of sea anemones where they make their home, living in symbiosis with these. The Red Sea clownfish or two band Anemonefish, Amphiprion bicinctus, pictured here is exclusively found in the Red Sea, the Gulf of Aden and in the Chagos Archipelago of the central Indian Ocean.
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