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Nov 17, 2020

[Answer] What type of fish is Nemo in "Finding Nemo" (2003)?

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...1. Royal blue tang 2. Clownfish 3. Goldfish 4. Orange roughy

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Clownfish - The Pixar film “Finding Nemo” (2003) is an unforgettable adventure — although it’s likely that one of its main characters, Dory (voiced by Ellen Degeneres), did forget it. Viewers, however, are likely to recall the animated fish species that “just keep swimming.” The forgetful Dory is a royal blue tang, while the dad and son duo, Marlin and Nemo, are clownfish — more specifically, Ocellaris clownfish. This species of clownfish is around three to four inches long, lives in sea anemone off the Australian coast, and eats algae. The anemone both serves as its food and protects it from predators using stinging tentacles.:

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