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    pet jellyfish=awesome

    now this is pretty awesome:

    http://www.jellyfishart.com/Default.asp



    i want some!

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    omg want

    ---------- Post added at 02:26 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:18 PM ----------

    edit: eek soo expensive

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    Somehow sea jellies give me the impression that they are watching me, but they don't have eyes or complex nervous system...but they are still quite amazing.

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    hahaha yeah. I wonder what Seven Pounds did for the pet Jellyfish trade.

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    hmmm
    the interwebs says that tank is inadequate to keep them for over a week
    http://www.aquarium-design.com/inver...yfishpets.html
    they need the water constantly moving gently and an outtake that wont suck them in
    they need water chilled to 55-65 degrees F
    so unless you want to buy an adequate, 21 inch, tank from http://www.jelliquarium.com/ProductD...productID=3207 here for $2,700, that dream is dead

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    A local place had a tank like that (dunno if it was this companies specifically but was pretty much exact) a while back... I stopped in 3 times just to check it out and each time they were cruising around with no problem. They even ended up with these tiny smaller than dime babies. :blink: The filter is like a under gravel filter, the air rising in the bottom creates a suction in the bottom and the filtration is done in the gravel and in their extra thing that this set up has... so no problem being sucked up, and that would create a nice slow circulation in the tank. The tank is round so it has that going for it like the one you linked. The temperature thing I dunno- I would guess it depends on where you get the jellies from as to what temp they would want. Maybe these are a warmer liking one.
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    moon jellies (the ones for sale) need cool water
    other kinds are super expensive

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    Ah, I didn't look any further than the info on their site.. some times a bad Idea but I wasn't headed to the checkout anyway.

    Moon Jellies are found all over the world in a range of temperatures. The Moon Jellies we provide prefer water in a range of 75 - 79 degrees Fahrenheit.
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