In the Coral Triangle, clownfish figured out how to share

two clownfish nested in an anemone

In most places, it’s one species of clownfish per anemone. But in the Coral Triangle in Southeast Asia, a new study finds, it’s common to find many species of clownfish sharing a single anemone home.

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