Is Gerald in Finding Nemo?

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Is Gerald in Finding Nemo?

Q. What kind of bird is Nemo?

Q. What are the seagulls really saying in Nemo?

Three of the seagulls appear on top of a buoy as animatronics in the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage lagoon. They periodically flap their wings and say “Mine! Mine! Mine!”

Q. What kind of bird is Nemo?

Q. Who plays the seagull in Finding Nemo?

Andrew Stanton, Jan Rabson are the voices of Seagulls in Finding Nemo.

Q. Is there an albatross in Finding Nemo?

The albatrosses are seen during the montage of animals passing on the heroic story of Marlin. One of the birds believes that Marlin is on his way to Sydney Harbour before the news is spread to a bluebird.

Q. Are the seagulls saying mate or mine?

Many thought – because they were Sydney seabirds – they were all screeching “Mate!”. And because, well, it was funnier. No, says director Andrew Stanton (now maker of Wall-E). It was “mine”.

Q. What do seagulls say in Little Mermaid?

The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning Scuttle then appears briefly (without a speaking role, but accompanied instead by realistic seagull sound effects) to whom Marina says “don’t touch me”, referring to his actions in the first two films – tormenting the villain.

Q. What kind of bird is Nigel?

Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

Background information
SpeciesSulphur-crested Cockatoo
AliasNigel the Cockatoo Bob the Bird (self-given) Bob (r. by Pedro and Carla) Cannibal (r. by Tipa) Nige (r. by Gabi) Tiger (r. by Gabi)

Q. Who is Nigel the bird?

He was a hero. The story of Nigel, a seabird who lived and died among concrete decoys on a rocky New Zealand island, flew around the world last week. It was widely received as a tragedy.

Gerald is a minor character in Finding Nemo who is a friend of Nigel.

Q. Who is the dad in Finding Nemo?

Voice cast. Albert Brooks as Marlin, a clownfish and Nemo’s father. Ellen DeGeneres as Dory, a regal blue tang with short-term memory loss.

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