Dories feed mainly on a variety of fishes but also eat shell-less mollusks (MAH-lusks) and crustaceans (krus-TAY-shuns). Mollusks are animals with a soft, unsegmented body that may or may not have a shell. Crustaceans are water-dwelling animals that have jointed legs and a hard shell but no backbone. Young dories of the larger species, adult dwarf dories,

Dory Not a Dory and tinselfishes eat animal plankton. Plankton are microscopic

In the animated film plants and animals drifting in water. Finding Nemo, Dory is a

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