As its name suggests, this anemone is a carnivore, and is capable of capturing small fish and shrimp using its stinging tentacles. It's on the larger side as well, reaching a height of around 20 cm. It should be approached with caution though, as its tentacles have been known to produce a painful sting when touched. Don't tell that to small fish called painted greenlings though, as they can hide out in the anemone, much the same way a clownfish does on a coral reef (think Finding Nemo). Did we mention this species can actually detach itself when threatened? Yep, then it just floats away in the current, a red squishy bag of tentacles waiting to attach itself...will wonders ever cease?
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