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Printable Report Page - Clown fish
Use the print out pages to write a report on Clown fish. Includes a graphical insert.

Also called the anemone fish, the Clown fish has a special relation with these flower-like animals. The tentacles of the anemone contains a cell which paralyzes small fish. The anemone then uses the tentacles to push the prey into its mouth. However, the Clown fish lives in the middle of the anemone, immune to its sting. The Clown fish is protected by a special mucus. Both the anemone and the Clown fish benefit from this arrangement. The Clown fish is protected among the tentacles, while the anemone feeds on the food scraps left by the Clown fish

Print the worksheet by clicking on the "Print" button below. (Do not try to print the activity page from the browser's menu. That will print the entire page and not just the worksheet.) The page is designed to print to the size of the paper. For additional space, print a Blank Report Page.

 

Web site links for information on Clown fish:
Diver.net | Starfish.ch

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