Names and Relations
"Suspect's front and back profile"
"APB: Suspect's structure"
"Here the suspect is anchored into the rocky coast of Indonesia"
"Here is the suspect spotted at his local hangout, The Stinger"
"Here is the suspect with one of his friends, Nemo the clown fish"
Relatives: other anemones, sea jellies, sea pens, hydroids, and corals.
-Though he is related to sea jellies, he stays stationary unless forced to move. Also, he is related to corals, but corals have a skeleton.
"Suspect's side profile"
"Here is how the suspect anchors himself"
"Here is how the suspect gets away"
"Here is the suspect stinging and eating a small fish."
SPECULATIONS ABOUT THE SUSPECT
The A.P.A.A.I. were interested in how dependent the anemone is on using his tentacles for protection and to catch food. Also, we are unsure of how the Sebae Anemone shoots out venom from his tentacles. In addition, we could find a lot of information on its appearance and defense mechanism, but not a lot of information on its lifespan because it is unknown. Lastly, we would like to know more about its ecological role in its biological community and how it contributes to their habitat.