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Clownfish

Jake Johnston
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Brandy Butcher

on 28 March 2011

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Transcript of Clownfish

Clownfish Clown Fish are commonly found in the warm waters. The Pacific Ocean, the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean are some places where Clown Fish live. The most common home for the Clown Fish is among the tentacles of the Sea Anemone. Clown Fish are usually not eaten by other fish because they are kept safe by the stinging tentacles of the Anemone. Since they live within the quiet corners of the Coral reef they were never hunted. The peculiar name of the fish comes from its cheerful coloring and its active disposition. Many people mistakenly believe that the Clown Fish is really fooling around with all his antics. Clown Fish form a very strong bond with their mates. They lay their eggs in large batches. These eggs are laid on a coral or a rock adjacent to the Anemone. Both the parents then guard these eggs for a span of 3-5 days. Once the eggs are hatched the male may stay to take care of the young till they reach sexual maturity.

Clownfish are either White with Orange Stripes or Orange with White Stripes. Or maybe Black with Orange and White Stripes. Citations http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/clownfish/ BY: Jake Johnston
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