Happy Wildlife Wednesday on a beautiful, warm January day. Here's a photo taken in Monterey Bay of a juvenile greenling huddling for safety inside a red anemone. This symbiotic relationship is considered mutualistic - benefiting both the fish and the anemone. The fish is not affected by the anemone sting so he can hide safely among the tentacles and avoid potential predators. The fish attracts potential prey for the anemone to capture for food.