With its beautiful body pattern, the Cinnamon Clownfish makes a captivating addition to any tank. It features a dark red to orange with a mahogany "saddle" on its back. The Cinnamon Clownfish can build up protective mucus covering on its scales that prevents the Anemone from being able to sting it. The Cinnamon Clownfish can be aggressive towards other clownfish and other timid fish, and due to its aggressive behavior, we suggest you to keep it in singly or a pair. Since it has penchant for small shrimps, they should not be added in the tank. It is best to keep the Cinnamon Clownfish in a tank not less than 30 gallons. It needs a well decorated aquarium with plenty of hiding spots, e.g. caves and crevices to give an opportunity to carry out its natural browsing behavior in captivity. The Cinnamon Clownfish does not bother any sessile invertebrates in the tank, and hence is considered reef safe species. Use lots of live rocks that encourage the growth of natural algae and provide a perfect place to forage while it is hungry. Though the Cinnamon Clownfish doesn?t need an anemone, but still seems to prefer having one. It is easy to feed and should be fed 2-3 times a day for its continued good health. The Cinnamon Clownfish is not that hard to breed and accepts brine shrimp, mysid shrimp, or algae since it is an omnivore.