"Nemo Egg" is an instrumental score cue heard at the opening of the 2003 Disney/Pixar animated film, Finding Nemo. It appears in the main title of the aforementioned film and is one of the film's iconic scores.
Due to the film's success, portions from the score are heard in media inspired by Finding Nemo.
The score is heard at the beginning of the film. It is heard during the part where Marlin comforts over the only surviving egg after his wife Coral died from a barracuda attack. Comforting the egg to which he names it "Nemo", the score continuously plays throughout the opening of the film revealing the opening credits. The score ends when Nemo is introduced telling his father to wake up.
Portions of the score are heard continuously throughout the film, such as:
- The part where Marlin and Dory notice an injured Nemo after surviving a fisherman's net.
- The end of the film where Mr. Ray takes the students to go exploring after Nemo happily reunites with his father.
The score for the film is rarely heard throughout the film. It is only heard in the trailers promoting for the release of Finding Dory as this film is a sequel to the original.
- Portions of the score are heard in the Tree of Life Awakening attraction at Disney's Animal Kingdom during the Finding Nemo-inspired sequence.