Finding Nemo-inspired Giant Clown Fish for Metal Pedestal
This Giant Clown Fish could have eaten those sharks alive in Finding Nemo, except that it is made of fiberglass and condemned to live on land to educate humans about how clownfish are actually also called false anemonefish which look like true anemonefish or the Amphiprion Percula.
Both the false and true anemonefish are almost similar but they differ in shape and habitat. The clownfish grows up to about 10.9 centimetres in length while this Giant Clown Fish has a length of 208 centimetres! The clownfish lives in a sea anemone while this big fish is looking to live in a museum on land!
For this fibreglass Giant Clown Fish, its orange and three white bands thinly outlined in black and big greyish orange eyes set it apart from a true anemonefish. In any case, it would help if this gigantic one can have some social interaction so it would be in high spirits if it were attached on a separate metal stand to increase potential reproduction prospects if any. Should it find its mate, it would certainly be a game-changer considering that about 30 species of clownfish are found to exist.
Dimensions: L 208 x W 131 x H 181 cm
Weight: 44 kg
- Does not include metal stand
- Weather-resistant Giant Clownfish
- Also available Giant Clown Fish Hanging