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The tee were large scalefish native to the oceans of Naboo.

Biology and appearanceEdit

A standard tee was a rotund fish with bright-red scales,[1] its fins relatively large to its body.[1]


Tee were known to be voracious hunters.[source?] They generally moved quite slowly, but were fast swimmers when chasing prey.[source?] Outside the safer region of the Naboo Abyss, there were much larger specimens were known to have swallowed Gungans whole.[3] Aside from Gungans, tee ate whatever they could catch and fit into their mouths, most often daggerts.[source?] Tee formed a symbiotic relationship with the smaller laa, which would enter the tee's gills to clean off and eat parasitic yobshrimp that infested their bodies.[3]


Tee were present in the waters of Lake Paonga during the Invasion of Naboo by the Trade Federation in 32 BBY.[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

The tee, along with other musically-inspired scalefish, such as the doo, ray, mee, faa, see and laa, were first introduced in the 1999 prequel trilogy film Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace and associated media. It, along with other aquatic species of Naboo, appeared in The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide, where they were illustrated by Terryl Whitlatch.



A tee consuming several mee.


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