When Disney created a film about a clownfish father searching for his missing son (Finding Nemo), who knew that their storyline was backed by science? You see, clownfish, or anemonefish, fathers have razor-sharp paternal instincts. Thanks to a May 2017 study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, we now know why.
Anenomefish Dads Aren't Clowning Around
Written by Curiosity Staff June 13, 2017
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