Underwater footage of Clown fish Anemonefish (Amphiprion Ocellaris) in sea Anemone - Stock video

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Stock video ID:919539208
Upload date:February 16, 2018


Here we see typical behaviour of a Western Clownfish (Amphiprion Ocellaris). These fish are fascinating in that they live in the Magnificent Anemone Coral (Heteractis magnifica), having a symbiotic relationship with them. The Clownfish coats itself in the stinging mucus excreted by the Anemone and is thereby protected by the venom from predators. In return the Clownfish feeds on parasites and small predators that infest and try to eat the Anemone. Of course this little fish was made famous by the Pixar movie 'Finding Nemo', however this also unfortunately led to the decimation of wild population numbers due to demand from the aquarium trade. Footage obtained whilst scuba diving at Ko Haa, Krabi Province, Andaman Sea, Thailand.
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