This colourful clown fish has found himself a home in a fragile but protected conservation area - and the plucky fellow is determined to defend it. The colourful clown fish - made famous by the 2003 Disney film, NEMO - lives inside the tentacles of a live and poisonous flesh eating anemone that is both his friend and home. The purple anemone tentacles provide shelter for the bright orange clownfish. In return the spitting image of Disney's Nemo character rushes out of the anemone's tentacles to harass potential trespassers. Nature photographer, Jon Cornforth, visited the Misool Eco Resort - a conservation zone where fishing is banned - which protects the species, along with the anemone and the marine ecosystem they depend on.