Omanensis; "In the Belly of the Beast"

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  1. iBluewater

    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    The Juvenile Oman is in its final weeks of quarantine before going to its new home in the Chicago Area.

    Hundreds of photos and many minutes of video time documents this supremely rare and nearly impossible to get Clownfish.

    During its time in quarantine we introduced it to anemones it would find in its natural habitat and also exotics like a rare pink gigantea.

    This beautiful green haddoni is its favorite anemone, but both Stichodactyla haddoni and Stichodactyla gigantea are not natural host anemone species of Omanensis Have a look at this unique and never before seen photo.

    Omanensis relaxing in the belly of S. haddoni
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  3. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    How cool. What a great shot!
     
  4. iBluewater

    iBluewater Senior Member (PhD)

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    Thanks Matt, its not often any fish can do that and live to tell the tale.