The clownfish shot to fame after the popular computer animated film Finding Nemo in 2003. After this, scores of children wanted a Nemo fish of their own. The irony being, of course, that the film is against keeping fish in captivity. However, the main cause for concern is that clownfish are not easy to take care of, and the decision to look after this fish should not be taken lightly. With the film’s sequel, Finding Dory, set for release in 2016, its time to get ready for another upsurge in popularity of marine animals. We take a closer look at clownfish and how hard they really are to look after.