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Skunk Clownfish and Sea Anemone Photograph by David Doubilet This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features Amphiprion akallopisos (skunk clownfish) and Heteractis magnifica (magnificent sea anemone), photographed in the Seychelles
The Venus flytrap sea anemone (Actinoscyphia aurelia) is a large sea anemone that superficially resembles a Venus flytrap. It closes its tentacles to capture prey or to protect itself. It is a deep sea species. This sea anemone is found in muddy situations at bathyal depths in deep water canyons in the Gulf of Mexico. It has also been observed at several sites in the upwelling region off the coast of West Africa, but is uncommon elsewhere.
In my research towards transformable matter I discovered the muscular and hydrostatic action of sea anemones. Inspired by the deformable abilities Shapeshifter has become a living sculpture that has the possibility to change its physical shape and live within its environment. The movement of the Sea anemones is a translated dimension for aesthetic development of kinetic motion.
There are many creatures that live together in the coral reef ecosystem but the anemonefish (clownfish) - sea anemone relationship is probably the most well known. The two have a symbiotic mutualistic relationship meaning they each provide a benefit to