National Geographic : 1957 Jan
c) National Geographic Society - A Dense School of Trevally Drifts over a Giant Anemone Page 44: Dr. Zahl captured this remarkable view from a submarine observation chamber off Green Island. Voracious trevally ignore the gaudy clown fish above the anemone tentacles, knowing it requires but a split second to dart to safety. + Anemone's Poison Embrace Leaves Clownfish Mysteriously Unharmed + Minute stinging darts lining the sea anemone's ten tacles paralyze most small creatures touching them. But the clownfish-for reasons no one knows-lives intimately with the anemone, even diving unscathed into its bed of tentacles.