Sea Anemones

Rocky Reefs

Due to a lack of hard ground, the young sea anemones also use the large leaves of the sugar kelp as a suitable substrate. Here, the tentacle catchers from the group of flowering animals hunt for plankton and small crabs. If the anemone becomes larger, it can loosen its suction disc, continue to migrate or be carried with the current to a nearby stone reef.


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