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  • Research Paper On Clownfish

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    into the house. People can have the different choice about the type of the fish that can be putted into their aquarium. One of the commonest types of the fish chosen by people is the clownfish. When you like to have this species of fish, you also have more options to be chosen since there are so many types of clownfish too in the world. The aquarium can be placed inside your house also can be considered based on some measures. At first, you can choose between the large and the small or the medium

  • Searching for the Clownfish

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    and adults. The director, Andrew Stanton, did a marvelous job with the execution of Nemo. The movie is chalk full of loving little fish that thrill all creatures from the land to every cubic inch of water in the sea. Finding Nemo is about a young clownfish named Nemo, voiced by Alexander Gould, who is kidnapped by a dentist and has to stay alive and wait for his father, Marlin, voiced by Albert Brooks, to fearlessly travel the ocean and meet many creatures to help rescue his son. Marlin has a rough

  • Clownfish Research Paper

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    My species is the Ocellaris Clownfish! This is the one that looks like Nemo on Finding Nemo. Its body is an oval shape and has three vertical white stripes outlined with a fine black line. They are saltwater fish and live in an anemone. They live in a core habitat. They have symbiotic relationship with the sea anemone. The anemone gets pesits it doesn't want living on it off of it, and the clown fish gets protection from the tentacles of the anemone. Young clownfish have difficulty finding an anemone

  • Clownfish Essay

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    article discusses the role of GnRH in the development of cinnamon clownfish. GnRH play a significant role in the reproduction and sex change . fish have five different types of GnRH genes with different peptides that are structurally different, and therefore functionally different, because of their varying beta structure. Using varying transcriptors and rapid amplification the researches found the specific GnRH gene in clownfish. The mRNA was measured, along with plasma estradiol levels in the immature

  • Finding Nemo Essay

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    The movie Finding Nemo, directed by Andrew Stanton and previewed of May 30, 2003, is about a clownfish, Marlin, who has to raise a disabled son, Nemo, with a short fin that makes it a challenge for him to not stand out from the others. Nemo then gets captured by a reef diver, and Marlin is on a mission to get his son back, along with the help of a new friend Dory. Marlin, our quester upon this movie, has a son who ends up being kidnapped by a human diver, and taken to an Australian dentist’s aquarium

  • Finding Nemo Archetypes

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    Hero’s Journey: Finding Nemo What is the typical idea of a hero? Sure, there may be Marvel Heroes, but do they fit the archetype of a The Hero’s Journey? In the movie Finding Nemo directed by Andrew Stanton, a small fearful clownfish goes on a life changing adventure after his son had been taken by a scuba diver. Marlin’s journey has its ups and downs but it fits the pattern of the hero’s journey archetype almost perfectly. Joseph Campbell said, “A hero ventures forth from the world of common day

  • Finding Nemo Summary

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    Summary Essay: Finding Nemo This undersea movie is introduced with a married couple of clownfish admiring their new home by the drop off. While talking about their future plans and getting ready for their clutch of eggs to hatch, a barracuda attacks them, leaving Marlin, the husband, unconscious, a widower, and a father of one fish, Nemo. The movie then transitions to years later on Nemo’s first day of school. While ecstatic to meet his classmates, teacher, and the independence of going to school

  • The Hero's Journey related to Pixar's "Finding Nemo"

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    The motion picture we are applying or using is Pixar's "Finding Nemo". Our hero would be Marlin, the timid clownfish who lives safe and secluded in the colorful and warm tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef. After the devastating, life changing event when starting a family, specifically when a hostile fish devoured his wife and all his unborn kids, Marlin had been a cowardly, cautious individual who lacks socialism and simply "can't tell a joke". He limits, rescues, protects and controls Nemo

  • Finding Amo : A Movie Review : Finding Nemo

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    Finding Nemo is an adventurous children’s movie that follows a clownfish named Marlin as he ventures out to find his son, Nemo, who was snatched up by scuba divers and brought to a dentist’s office to be a little girl’s pet. Along the way he meets a blue tang fish named Dory, who suffers from short-term memory loss and follows him on his journey. All the while, Nemo is trying to find his way home back to his dad with the help of friends he makes along the way. Sounds like a great children’s movie

  • Analysis Of Julio Cortazar's Short Story 'Axolotl'

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    In Julio Cortazar’s short story, Axolotl, the young man is searching for answers to his life. He finds these answers in the small, Mexican salamander trapped within its enclosure at the Jardin. The axolotl challenges the young man to see the simplicity behind the mysterious guise of the small amphibian. The young man’s daily visits to the Jardin only make the appeal of the axolotls greater. In those visits he begins to see not only the creatures simplicity, but also their neotenous tendencies and