The tale begins on a pretty sad note. Two clown-fish Marlin and Coral ( husband and wife ) have found a beautiful sea anemone home in the Great Barrier Reef to wait for the birth of their 400 little fish eggs.
Coral and all but one egg are killed in a barracuda attack, leaving Marlin to care of the last remaining baby fish all by himself. Marlin decides to call his son Nemo because Coral really liked that name.
Marlin is overprotective of his little boy because Nemo got one fin that’s slightly smaller than the other and because he can’t forget about how dangerous the ocean is.
Things got pretty worst badly when the teacher takes the kids to the Drop Off at the edge of the reef. Marlin yells at Nemo for venturing out into open water and, before Nemo re-raised it, he had been captured by a team of scuba divers.
Marlin quickly springs into action and races after his son Nemo. In his search for his son, he met a forgetful fish named Dory who was able to read the address on one of the scuba diver’s masks. It read Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney.
Together Marlin and Dory managed to survive some daring adventures which include shark attacks, a big bad angler-fish, a swarm of jellyfish, and the swirling vortex of terror that is the East Australian Current.
Things fell apart for them when they met a whale that completely swallowed them. Here, the Jonah’s tale was about to repeat itself. While in the belly of the beast, Marlin learns to trust Dory and let go of his fears, the great whale shoots them out of his blowhole right into Sydney Harbor.
While in captive Nemo met Gill who sees him as his ticket back to the big blue. Plus he doesn’t want the kid to go home with the dentist’s niece. a fish-killing little girl named Darla…