Biology and appearanceEdit
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. 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.
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.
- Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (First appearance)
- Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace game
- Star Wars Episode I: The Visual Dictionary
- The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide
- Star Wars: Episode I Insider's Guide
- Star Wars: The Complete Visual Dictionary
- The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia
- The Phantom Menace: The Expanded Visual Dictionary