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These are all organisms in the film "Finding Nemo."
Mr. Ray the school teacher. "Optical orbits up front, and remember, we keep our subesophageal ganglion to ourselves."
Crush and his son Squirt help Nemo and Marlin navigate the East Australian Current. "'Cause we were like, "woaaaah.", and I was like, "woaaaah." and you were like, "woaaahh...""
The Tank Gang member Bloat. "You must pass through the Ring of Fire."
Pearl, one of Nemo's classmates. "Hey. You guys made me ink."
The Tank Gang member Bubbles. "Bubbles. Bubbles. My bubbles."
Tad, one of Nemo's classmates. "He touched the butt."
Nigel helps with the escape from the dentists office. "Sorry if I took a snap at you at one time. Fish gotta swim, birds gotta eat."
Dory and Marlin have a close call with a swarm of Jellyfish! "I shall call him Squishy and he shall be mine and he shall be my Squishy."
Marlin and his wife Coral lived in an Anemone where Nemo hatched. "I have to find my son! I have to tell him how old sea turtles are!"
The Tank Gang member Gurgle. "Oh, the human mouth is a disgusting place."
A school of these little guys help Marlin and Dory head towards Sydney. "Hey, hey! You like impressions?"
Dory is a Tang. She has short-term memory loss! "Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming. What do we do? We swim, swim."
The Tank Gang's leader Gill. "To the top of Mount Wanna-hock-a-loogie."
Although Bruce claims he is a vegetarian, the real White Shark is a meat eater. "I am a nice shark, not a mindless eating machine. If I am to change this image, I must first change myself. Fish are friends, not food. "
"mine, mine, mine..."
Sheldon, one of Nemo's classmates.
The Tank Gang member Deb (and her reflection 'Flo').
The Tank Gang member Jacques.
The Tank Gang member Peach.
Chum is one of Bruce's cronies.
Anchor is one of Bruce's cronies.
The fish that attacked Coral and Marlin, leaving Nemo as the only egg left.
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