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Geekend author David Wagner is no stranger to controversy. This week, he takes on beloved children's film Finding Nemo to sort fact from fish fiction. NEW YORK, Sept.
"Just keep swimming, just keep swimming." That's the advice that Dory, from Disney's Finding Nemo, gave to the father of a lost clownfish. According to a new study, that's apparently what baby clownfish do.
Drew Greenblatt, president of Marlin Steel Wire Products in Baltimore and an executive board member of the National Association of Manufacturers, testified before members of the U.S.
The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) and FORTUNE announced that Marlin Steel Wire Products of Baltimore was selected for the 2013 Inner City 100, a list of the fastest-growing inner
Clownfish became very popular 10 years ago when Disney released the animated feature film Finding Nemo, but the colorful fish are also famous among aquarium enthusiasts for their symbiotic relationship with the deadly sea anemone.
The Marlin (also known as the spearfish) is a large game fish with an elongated body, a spearlike snout, and a long rigid dorsal fin, which extends forwards to form a crest. Measuring up to 2.5 m long, marlins are fast swimmers. They occur in all seas and hunt small fish. The larger species include the blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) which grows to 14.6 feet (4.6 m) long and around 992 pounds (450 kg). They are popular sporting fishes in certain tropical areas and are also commercially...
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