I have a bubble-tip anemone and another one that I don't know the name of. It's round with white tentacles. Well, I got the white tentacle one about a month ago. Several times I've thought he was dead only to see him react to stimuli. I feed him around every other day; while feeding the corals I'll squirt some food at him. Not sure if he eats it or not. He just sits there. Sometimes I can see the tips of his tentacles and sometimes not, but I never see him fully extended. I have moved him up close to the light and then down away from the light. He never moves or does anything. On the other end of the tank I have a bubble tip that seems to be doing better. However, he does not like the light at all. He is constantly finding holes to climb into. A while back I had a condy which died within 36 hrs of getting him, however I think that had more to do with the condy than it did with my care. Anyway, is this normal behavior for anemones? I was stunned and elated to see my tank-bred percs hanging around the bulb anemone the other day, but now they can't get anywhere near it.