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Pom-Pom Anemone

Liponema brevicornis

Physical Characters : A pom-pom anemone takes on a variety of shapes - from low and flat to round and puffy. In fact, scientists have seen puffed up anemones rolling across the seafloor like living tumbleweeds, "blown" by deep sea currents. They are upto 10 inches or 25 cm in size.

Scientists aren't sure why pom-pom anemones change shape and roll around - they might be looking for "greener pastures,"where there's more food to eat.

Distribution : Mostly these are distributed in soft, muddy seafloor at depths of 330-3,300 feet or 100-1,000 meters.

Food : They are mostly eating plankton and other drifting food.