BC: The End
FC: Sea Anemone | H. Magnifica
1: Sea Anemone Classification The Sea Anemone is classified under Animalia, Cnidaria, Antozoa, Actainiaria, Heteractarics, H. magnifica
2: Body Structure of a H. Magnifica
3: Habitat | The H. magnifica live in deep or coastal waters, usually attached to rocks or burrowed in the sand. They can live in colonies or by themselves.
4: Symmetry | The Sea Anemone has radial symmetry
5: Feeding Methods | Tentacles paralyze prey, and then grasp the food and bring it to mouth
6: Defenses | The Sea Anemone uses its tentacles to shock or paralyze it's prey.
7: Reproduction | Sea Anemones reproduces asexually by budding. This is when the organism grows a 'bud' and then the bud eventually breaks off the original organism.
8: Adaptations | The Sea Anemone has adapted with the clown fish(this is also a symbiotic relationship) The Anemone can paralyze its prey and also move from place to place, about 3 to 4 inches an hour.
9: Symbiosis | The Sea Anemone has a mutualistic symbiotic relationship with the Clown Fish, which can live inside of the anemone with out getting paralyzed or shocked.