Sea Monkeys Ocean Zoo™
Looking for an incredibly unique pet for your child? Look no further than the Sea Monkeys Ocean Zoo™. With this amazing set kids 6 and up can grow their own sea monkey in either a red or blue based aquarium. Besides bringing your child the pure joy of hatching their own pet, the kid’s sea monkey kit provides an incredible educational experience. Kids will learn about all about the cycle of life as they watch their eggs grow and develop. The miracle of hatching your own sea monkeys was nothing more than a fantasy in the 1960’s but has become a mind boggling reality over the years. This egg hatching sea monkey kit comes with 3 pouches for growing your sea monkey. #1 is a water purifier, #2 is instant live eggs, and #3 is growth food. The set also includes an instruction sheet explaining the process and a feeding spoon for your sea monkey, all of which comes shrink wrapped inside of the tank. This awesome sea monkey aquarium comes equipped with a ventilated lid sporting built in magnifiers for up-close viewing of your sea monkey. With the molded seascape aquarium bottom, your sea monkey can explore their own personal ocean, all the while a child imagines they are doing the same. Beyond just an awesome pet, children’s sea monkeys make great show and tell items they can share with all of their friends. Teachers can use this hatching kit as a classroom activity and keep the sea monkey as a pet for their students. They even add a unique touch to a vet or doctor’s office. Give your kid the coolest pet on the block with the Sea Monkeys Ocean Zoo™ kit! Each sold separately.
What exactly is a Sea Monkey?
Sea Monkeys are a very unique species of brine shrimp. Through a lot of research scientist have unlocked the secret to their life cycle and created a formula that will keep them alive in the home environment. After all the research, testing, and crossbreeding a hybrid form of the brine shrimp, that we call the Sea Monkey, was created. With a lifespan of about 2 years, Sea Monkeys make the perfect pets. When first hatched, these tiny critters are no bigger than the period that will end this sentence, making it easy to overlook them. If you can’t see it at in the beginning, don’t throw your kit away. Give the little guy a few weeks and let him grow. After 4 weeks they will be ½ to ¾ of an inch long. At this point they will begin to reproduce, giving your more adorable sea monkeys.