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A Blue Tang Shortage Is Imminent Thanks To 'Finding Dory'

National Geographic explains the effects of a movie as big as Pixar's latest
by John Paulo Aguilera | Jun 22, 2016
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Uh oh. The much-awaited animated film Finding Dory (13 years!) may have a bad effect after all.

Following the trend of animal movies in years, the sequel to the iconic Finding Nemo—despite making history with the biggest US opening ever for an animated film at $136.2 million—looks like it is set to impact negatively its real-life counterparts.

Find out why in this video:

Why not just watch it over and over again?

 

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