Clownfish “Finding Nemo” are beautiful little fish. Take a peek in "Nemo's Kingdom" and you will see our clown fish and friends in their tank. They don’t like to stray too far from their home base – usually a sea anemone. They are also able to change sex, which the dominant male would normally do when (if) the female dies.

Discover on your visit

  • How shy and secretive the Clownfish are
  • Why Clownfish eat marine flake foods, small shrimp
  • The larger Maroon Clownfish in the same display. (They look a bit more thuggish and have a dusty red colouration)
  • How fast the Clownfish dash around their kingdom
  • How Clownfish become immune to the sea anemones where they live
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