There are 30 species of clownfish on the planet, but the orange and white striped species that most people are familiar with, and that can be seen in this tank are called Ocellaris Clownfish. Clownfish catch prey by swimming onto the reef, attracting larger fish, and luring them back to the anemone. The anemone will sting and eat the larger fish, leaving the remains for the clownfish.Not all anemones are Clownfish friendly though. There are over 1,000 anemone species and only ten of those can coexist with clownfish.
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African Crimson Starfish are also kown as African Red-Knobbed Starfish. As their name suggests, they are red in color, with spiny protrusions -- known as tubercles -- coming off the top side of their arms. These creatures will eat anything they can catch, including soft corals, sponges, tube worms, clams, other starfish, and various invertebrates. Once the starfish has prey, such as clam, in its arms, it pries the shell open and release its stomach into the shell. The stomach has very strong digestive juices that kills and liquefies the animal inside the shell. Once the mollusk is dead, the stomach sucks up the animal, brings in its stomach, and leaves the empty shell on the ocean floor.