Tip of the Day – 9/6/2011


Despite the fact that most clownfish readily take up residence in a host anemone, and most anemones gladly accept a clownfish or two, having too many fish invading a single anemone can be extremely stressful. The anemone gets overwhelmed by all of the activity and may attempt to relocate or even split in response to the stress. If the clowns don’t stop aggressively swimming in the anemone or aren’t actively removed from the aquarium, the anemone could eventually die.


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