Made famous by the Disney Pixar film Finding Nemo, the colorful clownfish is found along the entire length of the Great Barrier Reef. These small, striped fish are often spotted living amongst the stinging tentacles of the sea anemone. Clownfish and the anemone share a unique symbiotic relationship. Clownfish are immune to the anemone's sting, which provides the fish with a safe haven from predators. In turn, the clownfish helps the anemone by attracting larger fish, which get stung and eaten by the anemone.