I returned to my LFS
today to tell them my worries about the anemone (the fact that it hadn't moved nor attached it's foot anywhere ) they told me not to worry to just put him into a rock crevis w/o the filter on and give him 30 minutes to settle. I also mentioned I only had regular florescent tube light on my tank and if that was enough for the anemone, he said it would be fine.
So when I get home I picked him up from where he had fallen initially (Yellow Arrow) and placed him back where I had placed him the very 1st time (Red Arrow) this time leaving the filter off for 30 min.
After the whole process I went out for 3-4 hours and when I got home he was at the peak of my rock-scape.
I read online that LTA naturally bury/anchor their foot in the sand though I have seen pictures and YouTube videos where they are anchored in a rock crevis.
Why is he on the tipy top like that, so close to the surface, seems dangerous to me.
Below are some pictures.
Any advice would be helpful so I can better understand my anemone and keep it happy. Tyvm