The sea-anemone waved all his arms about wildly to show that he was pleased.
Like the sea-anemone it preys on animals smaller than itself.
She was a sea-anemone, covered with a myriad of filaments, all more shrinking and sensitive than a snail's horns.
You see it is that; I am simple; not a sea-anemone of taste, like you.
Such are the hydra, the polyp, the coral, and the sea-anemone.
Nothing can be more unprepossessing than a sea-anemone when contracted.
A sponge, a hydra or a sea-anemone may be cut into pieces with the result that each fragment grows into a new organism.
If the sea-anemone be torn away from the shell the crab will wander about seeking another anemone.
In proper season they will be found inhabited by the sea-anemone and other and more debatable forms of animal life.
In the case of the hermit-crab and the sea-anemone there is no doubt of the mutual advantage derived from their communal life.
|sea anemone |
Any of numerous, often brightly colored cnidarians of the class Anthozoa, having flexible cylindrical bodies with tentacles surrounding a central mouth. Sea anemones are related to jellyfish and corals, but have no free-swimming (medusoid) stage, and resemble flowers.