Clownfish and certain damselfish are the only species of fishes that can avoid the potent poison of a sea anemone. Clownfish live in pairs inhabiting a single anemone. When the female dies, the dominant male changes sex and becomes the female. This symbiotic relationship with the Anemone makes the Clown Fish one of the most curious creatures living in water.Digitally Enhanced
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