Practical Fishkeeping Magazine March 2020


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119
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15/01/2020
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As an old codger (I turn 44 this year — jeez), it’s exciting and a little daunting to think that all the kids who watched Finding Nemo some 17 years ago are now grown ups with the ability to buy tanks of their own. I sometimes wonder if that film influenced them towards keeping fish, or pushed them away...

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As an old codger (I turn 44 this year — jeez), it’s exciting and a little daunting to think that all the kids who watched Finding Nemo some 17 years ago are now grown ups with the ability to buy tanks of their own.

I sometimes wonder if that film influenced them towards keeping fish, or pushed them away, but if I take a peek on the likes of Instagram, it’s rewarding to see that not only have so many young adults embraced the hobby, but they’ve taken the legacy that we older hobbyists laid down and they’ve run with it, making the whole of fishkeeping into something that’s social and engaging.

This month we’re paying homage to the fish that started these young keepers off, in a feature that explores the true Nemo and his complex life. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed making it!

Nathan Hill, Associate Editor

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