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finding-nemo-disneyscreencaps_com-250.jpg|The barracuda appears
 
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Barracuda.jpg|Barracuda stares at clownfish angrily
 
Barracuda.jpg|Barracuda stares at clownfish angrily
finding-nemo-disneyscreencaps_com-257.jpg|The barracuda stares at Marlin and Coral
 
 
finding-nemo-disneyscreencaps_com-283.jpg|The barracuda attacks the moment Coral moves
 
finding-nemo-disneyscreencaps_com-283.jpg|The barracuda attacks the moment Coral moves
 
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Revision as of 18:24, February 16, 2019

The Barracuda is a minor antagonist in Finding Nemo.

Finding Nemo

The barracuda is seen at the beginning of the film as it looks at Marlin and Coral. Coral sees her eggs and rushes to protect them. Marlin tries to help Coral, but the barracuda knocks Marlin unconscious and eats Coral and her eggs, except one that later becomes Nemo.

Trivia

  • In the original storyboard of the movie, there was going to be a scene where Coral and the eggs were seen inside the barracuda's mouth, but it later cut from the final film because it would have scared little kids watching the movie.
  • The Barracuda can be heard roaring as it attacks Marlin and Coral. In a similar vein to Glut the Shark from The Little Mermaid, this may have been done merely for dramatic purposes.
  • In real life, barracudas do not eat clownfish (or any other kind of fish) eggs. Instead, they eat jacks, grunts, groupers, snappers, small tunas, mullets, killifishes, herrings, and anchovies.
  • In the 3-D re-release, when the barracuda closes its teeth, its bottom lip is shown.

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