Most of the time, movies do their best to be accurate. Sometimes it is not possible, or changing a detail can make for a better story. Pixar is famous for its attention to detail in its films. Some of them include the Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Soul, and Inside Out. This list highlights some of the best details scattered throughout Pixar's library of films that are scientific, cultural, and accurate. Scroll down to scan these crazy accuracies that exist in Pixar films.

#1 In Up, Dug is the only dog to successfully track down the Tropical Bird because he is the only Hunting Dog (Golden Retriever). All the others are Guard Dog breeds.

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#2 In Finding Nemo, Gill is a Moorish Idol. This species is known to not handle captivity well, so him being the one who constantly comes up with escape plans makes sense.

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#3 In Ratatouille, Colette has a scar on her wrist. The scars are actually from burn marks that chefs in real life have.

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#4 In Finding Nemo, Bruce the shark starts crying when Marlin starts talking about Nemo, saying “I never knew my father.” Male sharks mate with the female then leave, so baby sharks never actually meet their father.

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#5 In Pixar’s A Bug’s Life the grasshopper leader Hopper remarks that the ant princess Atta doesn’t “smell like the queen” while moving his antennas across her face. That’s because it’s how insects IRL actually smell since they don’t have noses.

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#6 In Wall-E, the captain is physically incapable of wearing the original captain’s uniform, so he just wears it around his neck with the top button.

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#7 In The Incredibles, the reason the courtroom scene is drawn as opposed to animated like the rest of the movie is because it is illegal to record in a courtroom without proper supervision.

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