Anemone fish, also known as clownfish, are small, brightly colored fish that are closely associated with sea anemones. They are found in coral reefs in the tropical waters of the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Anemone fish have a symbiotic relationship with the sea anemones, in which the fish provide food for the anemones and the anemones provide protection for the fish. The fish are able to survive among the stinging tentacles of the anemone because they are coated with a slime that protects them from the anemone’s stinging cells. Anemone fish are known for their bright colors, which can range from orange, red, and yellow, to purple and black. They are also known for their distinctive black and white stripes. Anemone fish are popular in the aquarium trade and have been featured in several documentaries and movies.