The Atlantic Carpet Anemone is a hardy anemone, which is tan to yellow-green in color. It harbors photosynthetic algae within its tissues, which helps it to manufacture food and energy. The Atlantic Carpet Anemone should be provided with strong illumination and high water flow as well. It feeds by slowly taking the prey using their tentacles to their mouth, which is a kind of slit in the centre of the body. Their tentacles are called as ?nematocysts?? and is poisonous in nature in order to stun the prey. The Atlantic Carpet Anemone will not move around the aquarium once it settles down and gets attached to any base. Many popular aquarium fishes such as trigger fishes, puffer fishes and angelfishes will harass and even kill anemones. In some cases, a clownfish hosting in an anemone will protect the anemone, but the aquarist who chooses to mix any of these fishes with anemones must keep a sharp eye out for any problems. Although regarded as one of the easiest anemones to maintain its captivity, the Atlantic Carpet Anemone does require particular condition to grow healthier, but makes a good choice for a beginner aquarist as well. It requires drip acclimitation, and we recommend you to allow it to float in a water bag for half an hour and then introduce the fish in your aquarium by leavinbg out the water in the bag. The Atlantic Carpet Anemone should be handle with caution, as it possess stinging cells that can inflict wounds to the human skin. Although it is photosynthetic, the addition of few meaty foods can contribute to their good health through out.