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Some sea anemones have an important symbiotic relationship with algae species.
Some sea anemones have an important symbiotic relationship with algae species. The algae give the sea anemone oxygen and food; and the sea anemone gives the algae protection and food (via waste). Some other sea anemones have a symbiotic relationship with other creatures, such as crabs, shrimp, or clownfish.
CLASS: Anthozoa (anemones and corals)
ORDER: Actiniaria (anemones and sea anemones)
FAMILY: 46 different families
Size: Less than 0.5 in–6.5 ft (1.3 cm–2 m)
Diet: Fish, mussels, zooplankton, worms
Habitat: On rocks, ocean bottoms, and reefs worldwide