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  • Nemo
  • The Horrors of Fishing
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  • Pollution
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  • The Nemo fish are the orange fish with white strips. The Nemo fish swim in the ocean with many other fish such as the Dory fish, which are the blue fish, and the Crush fish which are the small orange fish. The Nemo fish eat the Crush fish and can dodge their predators, the Dory fish. They can dodge the Dory fish because they have great eye sight so even though they blend in they can see the Dory fish clearly.
  • Dynamite Fishing 
  • One day a man was fishing on the ocean all the fish live in.  The man caught many fish, especially the Crush fish. He had caught at least 3/4 of the Crush fish population, a few Dory fish, and 2 Nemo fish. The Nemo fish was the least caught because they have really good eye sight and they could tell bait was fake. Although this fishing did limit the Nemo fish's food population and increase their predator population.
  • There is a power plant near the ocean that produces a lot of pollution. All of the Crush fish die but a new fish comes into the food web. Luckily the Nemo fish enjoys eating the new fish. The bad thing is, is that the new fish enjoys eating the Nemo fish.Both the Dory fish and the new fish can survive this type of pollution but the Nemo fish is having trouble surviving.They make it through the struggling times until the pollution dissolves.
  • This project was made by: Simone Caruso period 3
  • Dynamite Fishing is a problem many people have been doing to the fish's habitat.  Many fish from all kinds had died because of this action. The Nemo fish was smart  enough to move habitats for a little until the dynamite went down .  Unfortunately  the Dory fish and the new fish became endangered.  The Nemo fish had  over populated but only half of their population decided to move back to their original habitat. 
  • As a result the Nemo fish had survived because they have amazing eye sight, their adaption to new foods, and their knowledge knowing when their habitat is in trouble.
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