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Clownfish, the star of Disney's "Finding Nemo" and the upcoming sequel, are at risk because of the increase bleaching of their homes, sea anemones. The uptick is due to a rise in ocean temperatures. Credit Credit Jessica Stella/ Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Saving Nemo: Bleaching Threatens Clownfish

Clownfish became a household name over a decade ago when Disney released the movie “Finding Nemo.” Found exclusively in the Indo-Pacific, clownfish are symbiotic animals that only live in sea anemones, a close relative of…



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