The Pink Skunk Clownfish is commonly referred to as the pink Skunk Anemonefish, Pink Anemonefish or the False Skunk-striped Anemonefish. With its peach-orange colored body and one white stripe behind the head, it makes a beautiful addition to any tank. The Pink Skunk Clownfish is semi-aggressive towards others of the same species and it might be intimidated by tank mates that are more boisterous. The Pink Skunk Clownfish grows up to 4 inch and should be housed in a tank not less than 30 gallons along with plenty of hiding places. It is best to house it alone or if you wish to keep more than one then make sure to introduce it in large aquarium. Not only this, each fish should have their own anemone such as Stichodactyla mertensii or Heteractis crispa as this will help to stop aggression in the tank because the Pink Skunk Clownfish will spend most of their time in their host or foraging for food. It should be offered a varied diet of meaty foods such as chopped shrimp and frozen herbivore preparations. The Pink Skunk Clownfish thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit and can be kept safely in a reef tank, as it is absolutely reef safe.