Clownfish are beautiful little fish. They are typical inhabitants of coral reefs and live in mutual relationship with sea anemones.

Clownfish hide between the tentacles of anemones to protect themselves from predators. Generally they stay within a range of 4 meters to their host anemone. The anemones have poisonous stinging cells. Clownfish are covered by a protective body mucus that allows them do swim among the anemone’s tentacles without being stung.

Things to Do:

  • Find out which is the favourite food of the Clownfish
  • Watch how shy and jumpy the Clownfish are
  • Watch how fast the Clownfish dash around their kingdom
  • Let yourself be inspired by this colorful underwater world
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