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This video of Baby Dory is melting our hearts!

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Baby Dory is just too cute for words! The adorable fish, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, is back and starring in Finding Dory – the sequel to 2003's animated hit Finding Nemo.

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While fans in the UK will have to wait until July to watch the Pixar masterpiece, a short clip from the movie has surfaced online. Viewers get to meet Dory as a baby blue tang, and she's just as adorable and forgetful as she was in the first film.

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Baby Dory stars as the adorable and forgetful blue tang we know her for

Baby Dory is practising how to make new friends and playing hide-and-seek with her parents, voiced by Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy. They teach her how to explain her memory loss, for when she meets other fish.

"I suffer from short term mem-memory loss," says baby Dory.

"Yes!" squeals her mum.

"That's exactly what you say," says her dad.

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Her character is voiced by Ellen DeGeneres

Dory's parents then go off to hide, pretending to be her new friends who she's just met. "We'll hide, you count and come find us," says the dad.

"Okay daddy," says Dory.

"No, no, not daddy. I'm the nice fish who wants to be your friend," he explains. "Okay?"

"Okay daddy," says Dory.

Baby Dory then starts counting and gets to four when she becomes distracted – her characteristic trait that viewers love her for. "I like sand, sand is squishy," she says playing with the seabed.

The film took £93.3m on its opening weekend in the US

The clip has already proved a hit with YouTube viewers and is testament to the incredible box office sales that the opening weekend of Finding Dory saw in the US.

The blockbuster made a splash, taking £93.3m on its opening weekend, making it the most successful launch for an animated film in US box office history.

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