Heteractis magnifica

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Also known as Magnificent sea anemone. Diet: indirectly by sun with symbiosis with Zooxanthella’s and prey small invertebrate and juvenile fishes
Max. Size: 1 m diameter.
Fun Fact: The magnificent sea anemone has two feeding methods. The first one is through the photosynthesis of its symbiotic zooxanthellae, living in its tissues, the second by capturing its prey with its tentacles that allow it to immobilize its prey (small invertebrates and juvenile fish)

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