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"In nature, the story of 'Finding Nemo' would go a little differently. After a female and male clown-fish lay eggs, and the female is eaten by the barracuda... Nemo would be born a hermaphrodite (as all clown-fish are). With the dominant female dead, the male would turn into a female and Nemo would become male, and mate with the only female around; his dad..."

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"In nature, the story of 'Finding Nemo' would go a little differently. After a female and male clown-fish lay eggs, and the female is eaten by the barracuda... Nemo would be born a hermaphrodite (as all clown-fish are). With the dominant female dead, the male would turn into a female and Nemo would become male, and mate with the only female around; his dad..."
In nature, the story of 'Finding Nemo' would go a little differently. After a female and male clown-fish lay eggs, and the female is eaten by the barracuda... Nemo would be born a hermaphrodite (as all clown-fish are). With the dominant female dead, the male would turn into a female and Nemo would become male, and mate with the only female around; his dad...