The aggregating anemone is an invertebrates that looks likes a flower, with a tube shaped body capped by tentacles. Colored anemones have algae living in their tissue in a symbiotic relationship. The anemone bends away or toward the light to facilitate the light level needed for photosynthesis in the algae; it return, the algae provides food to the anemone.
Paralyzed Shore Crab
Anemones retract their tentacles when they are exposed to the air. Sand and bits of shell cling to sticky bumps on their body which provide both camouflage and protection from drying out. The anemone is less apparent in this state, frequently blending into the rocks to which they are adhered.