|Posted by Staten on September 18, 2012 at 9:30 PM|
Finding Nemo came out in 2003, and it was rereleased last week in 3D. The fish we love so much is in much more danger than the movie says.
"We risk losing the striking fish that inspired 'Finding Nemo' forever if we don't put the brakes on global warming and ocean acidification," Shaye Wolf, the Center's climate science director, stated in a news release. "Carbon pollution harms these fish and destroys their coral reef homes. If we want these beautiful animals to survive in the wild, not just in a movie, we have to protect them under the Endangered Species Act."
Read more about it here.