Common clownfishAmphiprion ocellaris

This tropical fish can live with one or several couples in a host sea anemone with which it forms a symbiotic relationship.
The common clownfish protects the sea anemone from bigger fish that could attack it and, in turn, the anemone protects the clownfish which hides out of danger inside it! Clownfish couples lay their eggs at the foot of the anemones, where they’re also protected by their poisonous tentacle stings.

Scientific name: Amphiprion ocellaris