Some of the strategies we discussed were where fish depend on other organisms for protection. For example, the clown fish hides in a sea anemone. Even though the sea anemone has stinging tentacles, the clown fish becomes immune to them and is then protected as a predator comes by. The mackerel also hangs out in the tentacles of the Portuguese man-of-war. Fish also sometimes offer up cleaning services to a fish that will protect it, like with the wrasse and the google-eye fish. And the most popular defense strategies are to swim in a school or use camouflage. Check out the students' models of these various protection strategies!