Getting a clown fish to accept a anemone

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Here's a tip for all the beginners and others for getting the two together,
Get a large breeding trap ,place the anemone inside carefully and then a pair of clowns,keep them together for about a week or less if they start using the anemone,before letting them go,place the anemone in a position that you would like it to be ,then carefully catch the clowns in a net and release them directly into the anemone ,you have a better chance like this than leaving it to chance they will settle in it,
Just a tip .
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Reply #1

Wish I'd read this when before I put the two in my tank...  Doh! 

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Reply #2

Spot on piece of advice Animal thank you. You can also enter the clowns via a large piece of tubing to direct them straight onto the anemone.


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