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100+ Funny Fish Names: Ideas for Comical & Silly Fish

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Nicole Cosgrove

Fish come in a beautiful array of colors and are often referred to as a simple starter pet. There are so many species of fish that we can choose from when we’re scouring the pet store for our new best friend. From clownfish to bettas, all the way to goldfish and guppies, there is a great selection catering to all types of owners. Once you get your little swimmer home and settled – there’s only one thing left to do – figure out what to call them!

Now, when it comes to naming our fishies, we could choose something simple and to the point, but where’s the fun in that. With so many hilarious and witty names out there, we have decided to dedicate an entire list to the ones that make us giggle. Whether your fishy is serious, silly, or downright rambunctious – we have the perfect funny name for you!

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Funny Female Fish Names

  • Rainbow 
  • Gill-friend
  • Hydra
  • Tetra
  • Bubbles 
  • Clam
  • Tuna 
  • Goldeen
  • Guppy
  • Seal
  • Sashimi
  • Nugget
  • Puss
  • Ursula
  • Nessie
  • Bubbly
  • Minnow
  • Ariel
  • Diver
  • Fina
  • Dory
  • Splash
  • Swedish
  • Urchin
  • Squish

Funny Male Fish Names

  • Trout
  • Jack 
  • Wave
  • Lochness
  • Shrimp
  • Einstein
  • Algae
  • Barnacle
  • Chum
  • Reef
  • Bait
  • Atlantic
  • Kermit
  • Tartar
  • Phish
  • Zag
  • Stew
  • Poisson
  • Magikarp
  • Sushi
  • Crabs
  • Wasabi
  • Poseidon
  • Splish
  • Ceviche
  • Slimeface
  • Captain
  • Squidward
  • Tsunami
  • Tin-Fin
  • Seaweed

Clever Fish Names 

Sometimes we find the funniest of things when we look outside of the box. Here is a collection of punny and clever names for your tank trekker. 

  • Gill-ty
  • Nemo-Sis
  • Gill-eton
  • Carp-E-Diem
  • Hali-butt
  • Fin-tastic
  • Gill-bert
  • Sole-Mate
  • Bass-ic 
  • So-fish-ticated

Pun Fish Names 

There really isn’t anything better than a great play on words, and naming your fish something clever shouldn’t be any different. We have searched and gathered the absolute best punny fish names there are. Have fun going through these without wanting to choose more than one!

  • Sharkira
  • Katniss Everfin
  • Gill Clinton
  • Swim Shady 
  • Anchovy Hopfins
  • Tank Sinatra
  • Ti-Fin-Ney Haddock
  • Tuna Turner 
  • Guppy Goldberg
  • Melissa McCarpy
  • James Pond
  • Lebron Waves
  • Gill Smith
  • Bepondce
  • Cod Stewart
  • Goldie Hawn 
  • Johnny Depth
  • Salmon & Gillfunkel
  • Reef Witherspoon
  • Fish Pratt
  • Marlin Brando
  • Fin Diesel
  • Bruce Gillis
  • Gillie Eilish
  • Leo DeCarpio
  • Aqua-Fin-A
  • Matthew McCodughhey
  • Marlin Monroe
  • Betta Middler
  • Fishtian Bale
  • Mackeralmore
  • Nat King Cod
  • Betta White
  • Fish Hemsworth
  • Halibut Berry
  • Meryl Stream

Finding the Right Funny Name for Your Fish

We understand how fun and exciting it is getting a new pet – and a fish is no exception! Selecting a name can be tough, but we know there is no list Betta than ours when it comes to great and hilarious suggestions. Whether you are set on Einstein, Gill-bert, Swim Shady, or something completely different, we hope that we have, at the very least, convinced you that a witty name is the way to go!

However, if your search for the perfect name continues, please check out one of our other fish name lists linked below: 


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Nicole Cosgrove

Nicole is the proud mom of Baby, a Burmese cat and Rosa, a New Zealand Huntaway. A Canadian expat, Nicole now lives on a lush forest property with her Kiwi husband in New Zealand. She has a strong love for all animals of all shapes and sizes (and particularly loves a good interspecies friendship) and wants to share her animal knowledge and other experts’ knowledge with pet lovers across the globe.

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Nicole Cosgrove

Nicole is the proud mom of Baby, a Burmese cat and Rosa, a New Zealand Huntaway. A Canadian expat, Nicole now lives on a lush forest property with her Kiwi husband in New Zealand. She has a strong love for all animals of all shapes and sizes (and particularly loves a good interspecies friendship) and wants to share her animal knowledge and other experts' knowledge with pet lovers across the globe.

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Canada Traditional animation The Comb1991 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Dancing1991 Italy Traditional animation Devil's Mine1991 France, Germany Combination of live-action and computer animation Dreams1991 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Every Dog's Guide to the Playground1991 Canada Traditional animation Father Christmas1991 United Kingdom Traditional animation Frankie & Johnny1991 United States Computer animation The Green Beret1991 United States Traditional animation How Dinosaurs Became Extinct1991 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Huh?1991 United States Traditional animation The Invisible Man in Blind Love1991 France Computer animation Light & Heavy1991 United States Computer animation The Lump1991 Canada Cutout animation Manipulation1991 United Kingdom Combination of live-action, stop-motion animation, traditional animation and cutout animation No Neck Joe1991 United States Traditional animation The Sandman1991 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Slide Show1991 United States Computer animation Strings1991 Canada Paint-on-glass animation Touch1991 United Kingdom Traditional animation Two Sisters1991 Canada Traditional animation Words, Words, Words1991 Czechoslovakia Traditional animation Adam1992 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation A Is For Autism1992 United Kingdom Combination of live-action and traditional animation Andrei Svislotskiy1992 Russia Traditional animation Daumier's Law1992 United Kingdom Traditional animation Food1992 Czechoslovakia Combination of live-action and stop-motion animation Gas Planet1992 United States Computer animation Happy Dog1992 United States Computer animation Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers1992 United States Traditional animation Itsy Bitsy Spider1992 United States Traditional animation Minoru: Memory of Exile1992 Canada Traditional animation Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase1992 United States Hand-painted animation Off His Rockers1992 United States Combination of traditional animation and computer animation The Real Story of Happy Birthday to You1992 Canada Traditional animation The Spirit of Christmas1992 United States Stop-motion animation Soho Square1992 United Kingdom Hand-painted animation Wormholes1992 United States Traditional animation Big Smoke1993 United States Computer animation Blindscape1993 United Kingdom Traditional animation Bob's Birthday1993 Canada, United Kingdom Traditional animation Britannia1993 United Kingdom Traditional animation I Pagliacci1993 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation The Mighty River1993 Canada Paint-on-glass animation Small Talk1993 United Kingdom Traditional animation Trail Mix-Up1993 United States Combination of traditional animation and live-action The Village1993 United Kingdom Traditional animation The Wrong Trousers1993 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation The Big Story1994 United States Stop-motion animation Chariots of Fur1994 United States Traditional animation Drop1994 Italy Traditional animation El héroe1994 Mexico Traditional animation Gagarin1994 Russia Traditional animation I'm Mad1994 United States Traditional animation The Janitor1994 Canada Traditional animation The Monk and the Fish1994 France Traditional animation Pib and Pog1994 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation The Red Book1994 United States Cutout animation Sleepy Guy1994 United States Computer animation Stressed1994 United Kingdom Traditional animation Triangle1994 United Kingdom Traditional animation Achilles1995 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Ah, L'Amour1995 United States Traditional animation Brick-a-Brac1995 United States Computer animation The Chicken from Outer Space1995 United States Traditional animation A Close Shave1995 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Carrotblanca1995 United States Traditional animation Dino: Stay Out!1995 United States Traditional animation The End1995 Canada Computer animation Gogs Ogof1995 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Help?1995 United States Traditional animation Jingle Bell Rock1995 United States Traditional animation Kebabaluba1995 Turkey Traditional animation Runaway Brain1995 United States Traditional animation Scratch and Crow1995 United States Hand-painted animation The Spirit of Christmas1995 United States Stop-motion animation The Tickler Talks1995 United Kingdom Traditional animation Dinner for Two1996 Canada Traditional animation Famous Fred1996 United Kingdom Traditional animation Diary of a Camper1996 United States Computer animation How Wings Are Attached to the Backs of Angels1996 Canada Cutout animation Killer Bean: The Interrogation1996 United States Computer animation North by North Pole1996 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Quest1996 Germany Stop-motion animation The Saint Inspector1996 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation La Salla1996 Canada Computer animation The Orchard1996 New Zealand Traditional animation Superior Duck1996 United States Traditional animation Testament - The Bible In Animation: Joseph1996 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Testament - The Bible In Animation: Moses1996 United Kingdom Traditional animation That Strange Person1996 United States Hand-drawn, hand-painted animation Trainspotter1996 United Kingdom Traditional animation Uncle1996 Australia Stop-motion animation Wat's Pig1996 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Blahbalicious1997 United States Computer animation (Blooper) Bunny1997 United States Traditional animation The Broken Jaw1997 United Kingdom Traditional animation Dino: The Great Egg-Scape1997 United States Traditional animation El Caminante1997 United Kingdom Traditional animation Flatworld1997 United Kingdom Cutout animation Gabola The Great1997 United States Computer animation Geri's Game1997 United States Computer animation Noiseman Sound Insect1997 Japan Anime The Old Lady and the Pigeons1997 Belgium, Canada, France, United Kingdom Traditional animation Owzat1997 United Kingdom Computer animation The Puzzling Challenge Letter of the Mysterious Thief Dorapan1997 Japan Anime Pullet Surprise1997 United States Traditional animation Redux Riding Hood1997 United States Traditional animation Mermaid1997 Russia Paint-on-glass animation Stage Fright1997 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation T.R.A.N.S.I.T.1997 Netherlands, United Kingdom Traditional animation When Life Departs1997 Estonia Traditional animation 3 Misses1998 Netherlands Traditional animation 1001 Nights1998 United States Traditional animation Al Dente1998 United Kingdom Computer animation Basic Insect1998 United States Computer animation The Bear1998 United Kingdom Traditional animation Billy's Balloon1998 United States Traditional animation Bingo1998 Canada Computer animation Bunny1998 United States Computer animation The Canterbury Tales1998 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation in the main sequences and various animation styles in the story sequences Cousin1998 Australia Stop-motion animation The First Snow of Winter1998 United Kingdom, United States Traditional animation Fetch1998 United States Traditional animation Gogwana1998 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Humdrum1998 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Jolly Roger1998 United Kingdom Traditional animation Millennium Bug1998 United States Computer animation More1998 United States Stop-motion animation Al Tudi Tuhak1999 Canada Traditional animation Brother1999 Australia Stop-motion animation Digimon Adventure1999 Japan Traditional animation Fat Cat On a Diet1999 United States Computer animation Fishing1999 United States Computer animation Infection1999 New Zealand Combination of live-action and computer animation The Man With The Beautiful Eyes1999 United Kingdom Traditional animation Mon copain ?1999 France Stop-motion animation My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts1999 Canada Traditional animation The Old Man and the Sea1999 Canada, Japan, Russia Paint-on-glass animation Periwig Maker1999 Germany Stop-motion animation The Phox, the Box, & the Lox1999 United States Traditional animation Run of the Mill1999 Denmark, Netherlands 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Japan Anime Chirpy2001 United States Traditional animation Das Rad2001 Germany Combination of stop-motion animation, puppet animation and computer animation Dog2001 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Fifty Percent Grey2001 Ireland Computer animation Give Up Yer Aul Sins2001 Ireland Traditional animation Home Road Movies2001 United Kingdom Combination of computer animation and live-action Hubert's Brain2001 United States Computer animation Kujiratori2001 Japan Anime Slayers Premium2001 Japan Anime Strange Invaders2001 Canada Traditional animation Stubble Trouble2001 United States Traditional animation Telling Lies2001 United Kingdom Experimental animation Tuesday2001 United Kingdom Traditional animation Le Vœu2001 France Stop-motion animation The World of Interiors2001 United Kingdom Traditional animation Black Soul2002 Canada Traditional animation The Cathedral2002 Poland Computer animation Chicken Scratch2002 United States Traditional animation The ChubbChubbs!2002 United States Computer animation The Dog Who Was A Cat Inside2002 United Kingdom Cutout animation Fish Never Sleep2002 United Kingdom Traditional animation Gone Nutty2002 United States Computer animation The Hungry Squid2002 Canada Stop-motion animation Killer Bean 32002 United States Computer animation Koro no Daisanpo2002 Japan Anime Kūsō no Sora Tobu Kikaitachi2002 Japan Anime Mike's New Car2002 United States Computer animation Mount Head2002 Japan Anime Santa vs. the Snowman 3D2002 United States Computer animation Sap2002 United Kingdom Traditional animation Sprout2002 United States Computer animation Strange Invaders2002 Canada Traditional animation Voices of a Distant Star2002 Japan Anime Wedding Espresso2002 United Kingdom Traditional animation The Astounding Talent of Mr. Grenade2003 United States Computer animation Boundin'2003 United States Computer animation Dad's Dead2003 United Kingdom Computer animation Dear Sweet Emma2003 United States Computer animation Destino2003 United States Combination of traditional animation and computer animation Doggy Poo2003 South Korea Stop-motion animation Falling in Love Again2003 Canada 3D animation Fast Film2003 Austria, Germany, Luxembourg Cutout animation The Ghost of Lord Farquaad2003 United States Computer animation Harvie Krumpet2003 Australia Stop-motion animation I Want a Dog2003 Canada Flash animation Jo Jo in the Stars2003 United Kingdom Computer animation Louise2003 Canada Traditional animation Nibbles2003 Canada Traditional animation Noël Noël2003 Canada Traditional animation Olympics2003 Italy Flash animation Plumber2003 Canada Computer animation La Souricière2003 France Stop-motion animation Birthday Boy2004 Australia Computer animation City Paradise2004 United Kingdom Combination of live-action, computer animation, stop-motion animation and cutout animation Crawlspace2004 Australia Computer animation Desmond's Trashed Apple Tree2004 Sweden Traditional animation Fallen Art2004 Poland Computer animation Gopher Broke2004 United States Computer animation Guard Dog2004 United States Traditional animation Hare and Loathing in Las Vegas2004 United States Traditional animation Heavy Pockets2004 United Kingdom Cutout animation His Passionate Bride2004 United Kingdom Traditional animation John and Michael2004 Canada Stop-motion animation Kakurenbo2004 Japan Anime Little Things2004 United Kingdom Traditional animation Looo2004 Italy Computer animation Lorenzo2004 United States Traditional animation Mr. Otto in 172004 Italy Flash animation Ryan2004 Canada Combination of computer animation and live-action with various animation styles in archival footage 92005 United States Computer animation Aunt Fanny's Tour of Booty2005 United States Computer animation Babak and Friends2005 United States Traditional animation Badgered2005 United Kingdom Traditional animation The Big Fall2005 Lebanon Flash animation cNote2005 Canada Computer animation Film Noir2005 United Kingdom Cutout animation Fish Heads Fugue and Other Tales for Twilight2005 United States Combination of computer animation, stop-motion animation, cutout animation and puppet animation Delivery2005 Germany Computer animation Jack-Jack Attack2005 United States Computer animation The Karate Guard2005 United States Traditional animation Kamiya’s Correspondence2005 United Kingdom Traditional animation Killcow2005 United States Computer animation Le Building2005 France Traditional animation The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper2005 United States Computer animation Maestro2005 Hungary Computer animation The Meaning of Life2005 United States Traditional animation Moongirl2005 United States Stop-motion animation The Moon and the Son: An Imagined Conversation2005 United States Combination of live-action and various animation styles The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello2005 Australia Cutout animation Negadon: The Monster from Mars2005 Japan Anime One Man Band2005 United States Computer animation Rabbit2005 United Kingdom Cutout animation Tower Bawher2005 Canada Abstract animation Tragic Story with Happy Ending2005 Canada, France, Portugal Traditional animation Android 2072006 Canada Stop-motion animation The Aroma of Tea2006 Netherlands Traditional animation The Danish Poet2006 Canada, Norway Traditional animation Dreams And Desires: Family Ties2006 United Kingdom Traditional animation Everything Will Be OK2006 United States Traditional animation First Flight2006 United States Computer animation Flutter2006 Canada Traditional animation Guy 1012006 United States Computer animation Hammy's Boomerang Adventure2006 United States Computer animation Hoshi o Katta Hi2006 Japan Anime Jeu2006 Canada, Switzerland Abstract animation Lifted2006 United States Computer animation The Little Matchgirl2006 United States Traditional animation Looking for a Home2006 Japan Anime Mater and the Ghostlight2006 United States Computer animation McLaren's Negatives2006 Canada Combination of cutout animation and live-action Mizugumo Monmon2006 Japan Anime My Love2006 Russia Paint-on-glass animation The Night of Taneyamagahara2006 Japan Anime No Time for Nuts2006 United States Computer animation Peter and the Wolf2006 Norway, Mexico, Poland, Switzerland, United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Pirate Baby's Cabana Battle Street Fight 20062006 Australia Anime The Sparky Book2006 Canada Combination of cutout animation and live-action The Wraith of Cobble Hill2006 United States Stop-motion animation Yonna in the Solitary Fortress2006 Japan Anime Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run2007 United States Computer animation The Chestnut Tree2007 United States Traditional animation The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas2007 United States Computer animation A Country Doctor2007 Japan Anime The Crumblegiant2007 Ireland Traditional animation Even Pigeons Go to Heaven2007 France Computer animation Freedom Dance2007 United States Combination of live-action and traditional animation Head Over Heels2007 United Kingdom Traditional animation How to Hook Up Your Home Theater2007 United States Traditional animation I Met the Walrus2007 Canada Flash animation Lavatory – Lovestory2007 Russia Traditional animation Madame Tutli-Putli2007 Canada Stop-motion animation Oktapodi2007 France Computer animation The Pearce Sisters2007 United Kingdom Traditional animation Sleeping Betty2007 Canada Traditional animation Yellow Sticky Notes2007 Canada Traditional animation Your Friend the Rat2007 United States Computer animation BURN-E2008 United States Computer animation The Butterfly from Ural2008 Finland Stop-motion animation Chatura Kau2008 India Flash animation Codswallop2008 United Kingdom Traditional animation Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!2008 Japan Anime Drux Flux2008 Canada Abstract animation Ex-Et2008 United States Computer animation French Roast2008 France Computer animation Granny O'Grimm's Sleeping Beauty2008 Ireland Combination of computer animation and flash animation How People Got Fire2008 Canada Rotoscoped animation Lego Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Brick2008 Denmark Computer animation La Maison en Petits Cubes2008 Japan Anime A Matter of Loaf and Death2008 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation The Necktie2008 Canada Computer animation Presto2008 United States Computer animation Surviving Sid2008 United States Computer animation This Way Up2008 United Kingdom Computer animation Tomboy2008 Canada Traditional animation Varmints2008 United Kingdom Computer animation All in the Bunker2009 United States Computer animation Alma2009 Spain Computer animation The Bolt Who Screwed Christmas2009 United States Traditional animation The Cat Piano2009 Australia Traditional 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Stop-motion animation The Eagleman Stag2010 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Flawed2010 Canada Combination of live-action and traditional animation Fur of Flying2010 United States Computer animation Higglety Pigglety Pop! or There Must Be More to Life2010 Canada Combination of live-action and puppet animation I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors2010 Canada Traditional animation Let's Pollute2010 United States Traditional animation Lipsett Diaries2010 Canada Hand-painted animation The Lost Thing2010 Australia, United Kingdom Computer animation Madagascar, a Journey Diary2010 France Traditional animation Matter Fisher2010 United Kingdom Traditional animation Mother of Many2010 United Kingdom Cutout animation Pandane to Tamago Hime2010 Japan Anime Rabid Rider2010 United States Computer animation A Sumo Wrestler's Tail2010 Japan Anime Scrat's Continental Crack-up2010 United States Computer animation Thursday2010 United Kingdom Flash animation Tick Tock Tale2010 United States Computer animation Abuelas2011 United Kingdom Combination of live-action and computer animation Adam and Dog2011 United States Combination of traditional animation and computer animation The Ballad of Nessie2011 United States Traditional animation Bobby Yeah2011 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Choke2011 Canada Traditional animation Electroshock2011 France Computer animation The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore2011 United States Computer animation Hawaiian Vacation2011 United States Computer animation I'm Fine Thanks2011 Ireland, United Kingdom Flash animation I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat2011 United States Computer animation La Luna2011 United States Computer animation The Making of Longbird2011 United Kingdom Combination of live-action and cutout animation A Morning Stroll2011 United Kingdom Combination of computer animation and flash animation My Last Day2011 Japan Anime Night of the Living Carrots2011 United States Computer animation Osman2011 Turkey Flash animation Scrat's Continental Crack-up: Part 22011 United States Computer animation Small Fry2011 United States Computer animation Sunday (Dimanche)2011 Canada Traditional animation Wild Life2011 Canada Hand-painted animation Color of Love2012 Iran Computer animation Feral2012 United States Traditional animation Flawless Life2012 Turkey Computer animation Fresh Guacamole2012 United States Stop-motion animation Head over Heels2012 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Here to Fall2012 Ireland, United Kingdom Traditional animation I Am Tom Moody2012 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation I, Pet Goat II2012 Canada Computer animation Kali the Little Vampire2012 Canada, France, Portugal, Switzerland Traditional animation The Legend of Mor'du2012 United States Computeranimation The Longest Daycare2012 United States Traditional animation Paperman2012 United States Combination of traditional animation and computer animation Partysaurus Rex2012 United States Computer animation Room on the Broom2012 Germany, United Kingdom Combination of computer animation and stop-motion animation Scared of Nuclear Plant2012 Turkey Traditional animation Tangled Ever After2012 United States Computer animation Backward Run2013 Turkey Traditional animation The Blue Umbrella2013 United States Computer animation A Boy and His Atom2013 United States Stop-motion animation The End of Pinky2013 Canada Combination of cutout animation and stop-motion animation Everything I Can See From Here2013 United Kingdom Flash animation Get a Horse!2013 United States Combination of traditional animation and computer animation Gloria Victoria2013 Canada Traditional animation İrfan in University2013 Turkey Traditional animation Kick-Heart2013 Japan Anime Little Witch Academia2013 Japan Anime Mr Hublot2013 France, Luxembourg Computer animation Party Central2013 United States Computer animation Possessions2013 Japan Anime Sleeping with the Fishes2013 United Kingdom Traditional animation Spy Fox2013 United States Computer animation Subconscious Password2013 Canada Computer animation Umbrellacorn2013 United States Traditional animation Yellow Sticky Notes | Canadian Anijam2013 Canada Traditional animation Bear Story2014 Chile Computer animation The Bigger Picture2014 United Kingdom Combination of cutout animation and puppet animation The Dam Keeper2014 United States Computer animation Feast2014 United States Combination of traditional animation and computer animation Lava2014 United States Computer animation Me and My Moulton2014 Canada, Norway Traditional animation Monkey Love Experiments2014 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation My Dad2014 United Kingdom Traditional animation A Single Life2014 Netherlands Computer animation Somewhere Down the Line2014 Ireland Traditional animation Symphony No. 422014 Hungary Traditional animation True Love Story2014 India Traditional animation Adventures of Malia2015 India Traditional animation Borrowed Time2015 United States Computer animation Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe2015 United States Computer animation Edmond2015 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation If I Was God...2015 Canada Stop Motion animation Laqi2015 Taiwan Traditional animation The Legend of Lucky Pie2015 China Traditional animation Manoman2015 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Prologue2015 United Kingdom Traditional animation Riley's First Date?2015 United States Computer animation Sanjay's Super Team2015 United States Computer animation Something Between Us2015 United States Abstract animation Tempest2015 India Traditional animation Typhoon Noruda2015 Japan Anime Voodoo Love Story2015 Italy Traditional animation We Can't Live Without Cosmos2015 Russia Traditional animation World of Tomorrow2015 United States Traditional animation The Alan Dimension2016 United Kingdom Combination of traditional animation and live-action Blind Vaysha2016 Canada Traditional animation The Early Hatchling Gets the Worm2016 United States Computer animation Fox and the Whale2016 Canada Computer animation Garden 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Traditional animation Poles Apart2017 United Kingdom Stop-motion animation Puppy!2017 United States Computer animation The Kitten from Lizyukov Street 22017 Russia Computer animation Weekends2017 United States Traditional animation Animal Behaviour2018 Canada Traditional animation Bao2018 United States Computer animation Bilby2018 United States Computer animation Bird Karma2018 United States Traditional animation EU and USA2018 Italy Flash animation #TheLateBatsby2018 United States Traditional animation Lost & Found2018 Australia Combination of stop-motion animation and live-action One Small Step2018 China, United States Computer animation Panic Attack!2018 United States Hand-drawn, hand painted animation Purl2018 United States Computer animation Sister2018 United States Stop-motion animation Skin for Skin2018 Canada Computer animation Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham2018 United States Traditional animation Ecosystem2019 Italy Flash animation Float2019 United States Computer animation Hair Love2019 United States Flash animation Kitbull2019 United States Traditional animation Smash and Grab2019 United States Computer animation The Snail and the Whale2019 United Kingdom Computer animation Uncle Thomas: Accounting for the Days2019 Canada Traditional animation
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7 ways Einstein changed the world

Albert Einstein (1879-1955) is one of the most famous scientists of all time, and his name has become almost synonymous with the word "genius." While his reputation owes something to his eccentric appearance and occasional pronouncements on philosophy, world politics and other non-scientific topics, his real claim to fame comes from his contributions to modern physics, which have changed our entire perception of the universe and helped shape the world we live in today.

Here's a look at some of the world-changing concepts we owe to Einstein.

Space-time

One of Einstein's earliest achievements, at the age of 26, was his theory of special relativity — so-called because it deals with relative motion in the special case where gravitational forces are neglected. This may sound innocuous, but it was one of the greatest scientific revolutions in history, completely changing the way physicists think about space and time. In effect, Einstein merged these into a single space-time continuum. One reason we think of space and time as being completely separate is because we measure them in different units, such as miles and seconds, respectively. But Einstein showed how they are actually interchangeable, linked to each other through the speed of light — approximately 186,000 miles per second (300,000 kilometers per second).

Perhaps the most famous consequence of special relativity is that nothing can travel faster than light. But it also means that things start to behave very oddly as the speed of light is approached. If you could see a spaceship that was traveling at 80% the speed of light, it would look 40% shorter than when it appeared at rest. And if you could see inside, everything would appear to move in slow motion, with a clock taking 100 seconds to tick through a minute, according to Georgia State University's HyperPhysics website. This means the spaceship's crew would actually age more slowly the faster they are traveling.

E = mc^2

An unexpected offshoot of special relativity was Einstein's celebrated equation E = mc^2, which is likely the only mathematical formula to have reached the status of cultural icon. The equation expresses the equivalence of mass (m) and energy (E), two physical parameters previously believed to be completely separate. In traditional physics, mass measures the amount of matter contained in an object, whereas energy is a property the object has by virtue of its motion and the forces acting on it. Additionally, energy can exist in the complete absence of matter, for example in light or radio waves. However, Einstein's equation says that mass and energy are essentially the same thing, as long as you multiply the mass by c^2 — the square of the speed of light, which is a very big number — to ensure it ends up in the same units as energy.

This means that an object gains mass as it moves faster, simply because it's gaining energy. It also means that even an inert, stationary object has a huge amount of energy locked up inside it. Besides being a mind-blowing idea, the concept has practical applications in the world of high-energy particle physics. According to the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN), if sufficiently energetic particles are smashed together, the energy of the collision can create new matter in the form of additional particles.

Lasers

Lasers are an essential component of modern technology and are used in everything from barcode readers and laser pointers to holograms and fiber-optic communication. Although lasers are not commonly associated with Einstein, it was ultimately his work that made them possible. The word laser, coined in 1959, stands for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation" — and stimulated emission is a concept Einstein developed more than 40 years earlier, according to the American Physical Society. In 1917, Einstein wrote a paper on the quantum theory of radiation that described, among other things, how a photon of light passing through a substance could stimulate the emission of further photons.

Einstein realized that the new photons travel in the same direction, and with the same frequency and phase, as the original photon. This results in a cascade effect as more and more virtually identical photons are produced. As a theoretician, Einstein didn't take the idea any further, while other scientists were slow to recognize the enormous practical potential of stimulated emission. But the world got there in the end, and people are still finding new applications for lasers today, from anti-drone weapons to super-fast computers.

Black holes and wormholes

Einstein's theory of special relativity showed that space-time can do some pretty weird things even in the absence of gravitational fields. But that's only the tip of the iceberg, as Einstein discovered when he finally succeeded in adding gravity into the mix, in his theory of general relativity. He found that massive objects like planets and stars actually distort the fabric of space-time, and it's this distortion that produces the effects we perceive as gravity.

Einstein explained general relativity through a complex set of equations, which have an enormous range of applications. Perhaps the most famous solution to Einstein's equations came from Karl Schwarzschild's solution in 1916 — a black hole. Even weirder is a solution that Einstein himself developed in 1935 in collaboration with Nathan Rosen, describing the possibility of shortcuts from one point in space-time to another. Originally dubbed Einstein-Rosen bridges, these are now known to all fans of science fiction by the more familiar name of wormholes. 

The expanding universe

One of the first things Einstein did with his equations of general relativity, back in 1915, was to apply them to the universe as a whole. But the answer that came out looked wrong to him. It implied that the fabric of space itself was in a state of continuous expansion, pulling galaxies along with it so the distances between them were constantly growing. Common sense told Einstein that this couldn't be true, so he added something called the cosmological constant to his equations to produce a well-behaved, static universe.

But in 1929, Edwin Hubble's observations of other galaxies showed that the universe really is expanding, apparently in just the way that Einstein's original equations predicted. It looked like the end of the line for the cosmological constant, which Einstein later described as his biggest blunder. That wasn't the end of the story, however. Based on more refined measurements of the expansion of the universe, we now know that it's speeding up, rather than slowing down as it ought to in the absence of a cosmological constant. So it looks as though Einstein's "blunder" wasn't such an error after all.

The atomic bomb

Einstein is occasionally credited with the "invention" of nuclear weapons through his equation E = mc^2, but according to the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics's Einstein Online website, the link between the two is tenuous at best. The key ingredient is the physics of nuclear fission, which Einstein had no direct involvement with. Even so, he played a crucial role in the practical development of the first atomic bombs. In 1939, a number of colleagues alerted him to the possibilities of nuclear fission and the horrors that would ensue if Nazi Germany acquired such weapons. Eventually, according to the Atomic Heritage Foundation, he was persuaded to pass on these concerns in a letter to the president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The ultimate outcome of Einstein's letter was the establishment of the Manhattan Project, which created the atomic bombs used against Japan at the end of World War II.

Although many famous physicists worked on the Manhattan Project, Einstein wasn't among them. He was denied the necessary security clearance because of his left-leaning political views, according to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). To Einstein, this was no great loss — his only concern had been to deny a monopoly on the technology to the Nazis. In 1947 Einstein told Newsweek magazine, "Had I known that the Germans would not succeed in developing an atomic bomb, I would have never have lifted a finger," according to Time magazine

Gravitational waves

Einstein died in 1955, but his huge scientific legacy continues to make headlines even in the 21st century. This happened in a spectacular way in February 2016, with the announcement of the discovery of gravitational waves — yet another consequence of general relativity. Gravitational waves are tiny ripples that propagate through the fabric of space-time, and it's often bluntly stated that Einstein "predicted" their existence. But the reality is less clear-cut than that. 

Einstein never quite made up his mind whether gravitational waves were predicted or ruled out by his theory. And it took astronomers decades of searching to decide the matter one way or the other.

Eventually they succeeded, using giant facilities such as the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatories (LIGO) in Hanford, Washington, and Livingston, Louisiana. As well as being another triumph for Einstein's theory of general relativity (albeit one he wasn't too sure about himself), the discovery of gravitational waves has given astronomers a new tool for observing the universe — including rare events like merging black holes.

Originally published on Live Science.

Andrew May holds a PhD in astrophysics from Manchester University, U.K. For 30 years, he worked in the academic, government and private sectors, before becoming a science writer where he has written for Fortrean Times, How It Works, All About Space, Popular Science, among others. He has also written a selection of books including Cosmic Impact and Astrobiology: The Search for Life Elsewhere in the Universe, published by Icon Books.

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