EnviroPop: Saving Clara the Clownfish
Guest Post by Rhea Del Coro
People often associate the word ‘clownfish’ in Pixar’s animated movie Finding Nemo. He is the cute little fish who caught the attention of different viewers across the globe because of his splashing story with his father Marlin.
The movie left positive and negative remarks to people infusing awareness about the life of a clownfish and influencing those who seen the film to keep them as an aquarium display. Parents should explain to their children that clownfish is not meant to be kept.
Nemo and his clan look entertaining in the movie because of their appearance and exquisite behaviour but in reality it is not about the outside but also the inside. Here are some facts that will somehow open your minds from purchasing your little boys’ and girls’ dynamic specie called Clownfish:
1. The color of their scales varies from orange, yellow, and maroon- orange being the most common.
2. They are all born male and can eventually switch gender-protandrous.
3. Clownfish and Sea Anemones compliments each other-symbiotic process.
4. They guard the anemone from impending predators.
We need to save Nemo, Clara the Clownfish, and other sea friends from serious threats. Risking the lives of these aquatic animals must be prevented. Applabs Digital Studios Inc. and World Wide Fund for Nature’s moves forward in rescuing the sea through the good use of a game application called EnviroPop.
The brains behind the latest trend designed an application that will encourage people to take part on an environmental cause. All proceeds of the game will be given directly to WWF-PH, the support team that will save lives down under. Imagine the help you can give in our marine life if you download EnviroPop?
Stop catching Nemo, Clara or any of their friends but learn from them instead. Let us move forward in pushing marine conservation together. You may check the Full or Lite version of EnviroPop in the App Store now!