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Photographer: Paul Osmond  (see this users gallery)

A pair of bright orange colored Western Clown Anemonefish (Amphiprion ocellaris) swims amongst the many tentacle arms of an anemone on the Aphol dive site in Anilao, Mibini in The Philippines.
This species of Clownfish is often called the False Clownfish as Amphiprion percula is normally considered the 'true' Clownfish. It is sometimes impossible to tell these two species apart, and normally identification is based on location rather than visual identifiers.
Anemone Reef is a completely submerged small sea mound that is covered in anemones and colourful soft corals.

· Date: Fri January 26, 2007 · Reference ID: 1578/22006-08-14_13-10-03 · Views: 3468 ·
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Heavily damaged swimming Great Barrier Reef Flatworm - Pseudoceros sp.
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