What Is an Anemone?


An Anemone is a flower that lives on land. It is like a butter cup, in fact it is related, but comes in many colors. A sea anemone is an animal that was named after the flower, but it is a sea creature. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemone
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any of various plants belonging to the genus Anemone, of the buttercup family, having petallike sepals and including several wild species with white flowers as well as others cultivated for their showy flowers in a variety of colors.
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There are two different anemones. One is a flowering plant that is in the buttercup family along with about 120 other flowering plants. The other is a predatory animal that lives in the sea.
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