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Three-band anemonefish (Amphriprion tricinctus) in a breeding farm. This fish is a type of clownfish. Clownfish are immune to the stings of anemones, enabling them to live within their tentacles. This works as part of a mutualistic (symbiotic) relationship between the fish and the anemone. The fish is protected by the anemone and feeds off undigested matter from it. Whereas the fish's faecal matter provides nutrients for the anemone.
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