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Clown Fish Scientific Name: Amphiprioninae
Clown Fish Common Name: Clownfish, Anemonefish
Clown Fish Size: 10- 18cm
Clown Fish Diet: Omnivore
Clown Fish Water Type: Salt
Clown Fish Optimum pH Level: 7.9- 8.4
Clown Fish Life Span: 4- 8 years
The clown fish (also known as the anemonefish) is a small species of fish that is found around tropical coral reefs. The most commonly known species of clown fish is orange with white markings but clown fish can be found in many different colours and can also differ in shape.
There are 28 recognised species of clown fish that are found in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The clown fish is also found as far north as the Red Sea and inhabits the Great Barrier Reef, on the Australian east coast.
Clown Fish Breeding:
The clown fish was made most famous from the popular children's film 'Finding Nemo'. He is also famous for his seeming immunity to the stings of the sea anemone. Most clown fish are found either in or around sea anemones which the clown fish inhabits both for protection from predators but also the readiness of food.
Clown fish inhabit a single sea anemone in groups that include the breeding male and female and a number of younger male clown fish. All clown fish are born male and develop female reproductive organs when needed. When the female in the sea anemone group dies, the dominant male becomes female and breeds with one of the males that is inhabiting the same sea anemone.
Female clown fish lay their eggs on a flat surface close to the sea anemone. The female clown fish can lay hundreds or thousands of eggs at one time depending on the species. Clown fish lay their eggs around the same time as a full moon and the male clown fish guards the eggs until they hatch just over a week later.
Clown Fish Food:
Clown fish are omnivorous animals meaning that they eat both plants and animals. Clown fish eat a wide range of food such as algae, plankton, molluscs and small crustaceans. The diet of the clown fish is however largely dependent on the species of clown fish and what food is available in the area which they inhabit.