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Orange-finned clownfish (Amphiprion chrysopterus) amongst the tentacles of its host anemone. This fish has a symbiotic relationship with the anemone: it is protected from predators by the anemone's stinging tentacles, and it helps to keep the anemone free of parasites. The clownfish itself is immune to the anemone's stings. The orange-finned clownfish is found in tropical coral reefs in the western Pacific Ocean. It feeds on small crustaceans and worms, and can reach a length of over 15 centimetres.
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