Amphiprion ocellaris

Body Length:Up to 4"
Geographic Distribution:Tropical waters of the western Pacific and eastern  Indian oceans; from northwestern Australia, southeast Asia, and Indonesia to Taiwan and Japan
Habitat:Coral reefs
Wild Diet:Small crustaceans, larvae, fish eggs, and algae
Status in the Wild:Least Concern
Location:The Living Coast

There are approximately 30 known species of clownfish, with colors ranging from red and orange hues to black. Many of them feature white striped or patched patterns as well. Clownfish and anemones have a mutally beneficial relationship. Clownfish clean the anemones in exchange for protection from predators.