About Beadlet Anemone
Some anemones anchor themselves in the sand, but the Beadlet Anemone spends its life fastened to something solid such as a rock. They use their stinging tentacles to catch small animals that swim nearby. These anemone live on the parts of the shore that are often exposed at low tides, but they are experts at surviving out of the water. When the tide goes out, they pull their tentacles in and fill themselves with water. This will keep them from drying out when they are exposed to the air.