Nemo, Disney's famous clownfish, has a million fans around the world. Now, Australia's Belgian Garden State School has set up a special aquarium for breeding the real species.
"Finding Nemo" delivered the little clownfish into the collective consciousness with an almighty splash, but it didn't divulge their reproductive quirks.
In the US, "Finding Dory" has already become one of the most successful animated films ever. Such movies can fuel demand for home saltwater aquariums. Conservationists say that is not a good thing.
Coral reefs are vital for the health of the planet, but they are systematically dying. In Fiji, a coral gardener is trying to save the world, one reef at a time.
Oceans cover more than two-thirds of our planet and give us food, energy and other resources. But worldwide, this fantastic underwater world is in danger. Is there still time to prevent the worst?
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