Anemone tentacles

Anemone tentacles

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Credit: ALEXIS ROSENFELD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Anemone tentacles. Close-up of the tentacles of an anemone (Cribrinopsis crassa). An anemone is a sessile (anchored) marine invertebrate that uses its tentacles to sting fish and other marine prey. This food is then carried to its mouth at the base of its tentacles. They can range in size from only a few millimetres in diameter to 1.5 metres wide. Photographed off Levant Island, France, in the north-western Mediterranean Sea.

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Keywords: anemone, animal, carnivore, carnivorous, coelenterate, cribrinopsis crassa, france, french, invertebrate, invertebrates, levant island, marine, mediterranean, nature, ocean, predator, predatory, sea, sessile, temperate, tentacle, tentacles, underwater, water, wildlife, zoology

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