- Sea anemones are capable of sexual reproduction, or can be hermaphedites. while other species have either males or females. IN the sea anemones reproduction process, Egg and sperm are released into the water. the resulting fertilized eggs develop into a planulae larva. This attaches itself to a solid surface. The resulting animal is a polyp.
- Sea anemones can also reproduce asexually by budding new polyps from existing ones.
- Sea anemones are sessile creatures. Sessile creatures are those who remain attached to one spot all their life.If the environmental conditions become issues, the sea anemones can expel itself from that one spot, and swim off in search of a more suitable location. The way the sea anemones move to other places, is by slowly gliding on their something called a pedal disc, and can crawl like an octupus on their side, using tentacles.