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The Darwin Clownfish, also known as the Darwin's Anemonefish, is a popular saltwater fish that can be found in the coastal waters of the Indo-Pacific region, particularly in the coral reefs of northern Australia. These fish are known for their striking colors and unique markings, which make them a favorite among aquarium enthusiasts.


As with all Clownfish, Darwin Clownfish are known for their symbiotic relationship with sea anemones. They are often found living in association with several species of anemones, which provide them with protection from predators and a source of food.


Darwin Clownfish are a small species of fish, typically growing to a maximum size of around 4 inches. They are typically yellow-orange in color, with three white vertical stripes on their bodies and black margins on their fins.


In terms of care, Darwin Clownfish require a saltwater aquarium with a salinity level of around 1.020-1.025. They should be kept in a tank with a minimum size of 20 gallons, with plenty of hiding places and live rock for them to explore. They can be kept with other peaceful fish, but should not be kept with aggressive or territorial species.


Feeding Darwin Clownfish is relatively easy, as they are omnivorous and will eat a variety of foods including flakes, pellets, and frozen or live foods such as brine shrimp and mysis shrimp. It is important to provide them with a varied diet to ensure they receive all the necessary nutrients.

Darwin Clownfish

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