Researchers say among the fish often known as anemonefish show particular person personalities however others act extra as a gaggle
Some species of clownfish have completely no persona, a research by Australian researchers has discovered.
Analysis by the College of Wollongong and Southern Cross College analysed the behavioural patterns of two species of subtropical clownfish, or anemonefish: Amphiprion mccullochi, which is endemic to a shallow lagoon on Lord Howe island, off the coast of New South Wales; and Amphiprion latezonatus, which has a a lot wider distribution alongside Australia’s east coast.
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