regal blue tang
‘Finding Dory’ has Scientists Worried Over Further Decline of Wild Clownfish Population, Endangered Marine Ecosystem
|Issie Sarchez |||May 17, 2016 04:48 PM EDT|
'Finding Dory' has highlighted a serious concern among scientists with regards to the possible further decline of the wild clownfish population as well as the regal blue tangs. The imminent popularity of the upcoming film may increase the demand for ornamental fish as pets as evidenced by events following the release of its predecessor in 2003.
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