Finding Nemo is set in Australia, in the Great Barrier Reef, and, the animals which you see in Finding Nemo, are based on animals which you can really find in the Great Barrier Reef.
Let us now look at the main animals of Finding Nemo. And look at their everyday real counterparts.
They are not thought to be an endangered species.
They closely resemble the characters in Finding Nemo, however, they are a bit diffrent. The Clow Fish has three white bars. They are just over 4 inches in length.
They are named after their natural habitats, which are colourful. They are named after anemone, as they are really called Clown anemonefish.
Clown fish are protected from predators who would eat them, from a think mucuas. This keeps them alive.
Once they change their sex, they cannot change it back.
There are 28 known species of clown fish.
Dory projects the myth of fish having a three second memory span, and then they forget everything. This has never founded to be true.
The Royal Blue is a member of the surgeonfish family. They work together to keep the ecosystem healthy, and are vital to a healthy ecosystem.
The Royal Blue doesn't change colours all the time, but, they do change colours.
They are not thought to be endangered.
In the next blog we shall look at some of the minor characters of Finding Nemo. We shall look at the minor characters, and their real counterparts.