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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Holly Jelly Christmas Giveaway

Here's a giveaway where I like the idea behind the prize but I'm not 100% sure I want to win it. It sounds interesting to have a jellyfish bowl on your desktop, but I don't know, for some reason, it just seems weird to have. If you're interested in winning this for yourself or some family, you have until 12/17 to enter. Continental US only. The ARV of $285 for this is correct and seems high for such a tank to me. But hey, if you win, its free. Good luck.
Enter to win the Holly Jelly Christmas Giveaway. Ends 12/17.
Prize:
Desktop Jellyfish Tank (A.L.L. Review)
ARV $285 
Hosted by:
A Lucky Ladybug
and 
Make Our Own Network


"Jellyfish are becoming the next trend in ornamental aquariums and Jellyfish Art is the leader in supplying live jellyfish and their specialized aquariums and products. Their mesmerizing forms and soothing movement create living works of art. Jellyfish aquariums are a new kind of interior decoration, sources of light and life that become the focal point of any space."

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This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on December 17th, 2013
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24 comments:

  1. You must keep the bowl clean and the jellyfish eat specific foods not just anything you throw in there.

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  2. my dream home feature would be built in vacuum cleaners in every carpeted room

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  3. They should never be in direct sunlight.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  4. They require salt water that you can make yourself (NOT using plain tap water) or buy pre-made in a pet store.

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  5. I learned that jellyfish require daily feeding and that their water must be checked weekly for salinity.

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  6. The water must be changed 25% each week, checked regular for salinity. They MUST eat special food. OH my goodness- you might have to get an airbubble out of your jellyfish... you have to use their "live rocks" to introduce proper bacterias, etc... I would NOT give this to a smaller child unless YOU intend on being the one who takes care of the whole thing.. it is more complicated than tropical fish I think

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  7. They are actually easier to keep that discus! 25% weekly water changes, salinity check and daily feedings. No need for RO water!

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  8. i learned 25% of tank water should be changed once per week

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  9. They require a jellyfish-specific tank so they don't get sucked into the filter.

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  10. It their food includes planktonic eggs high in HUFAs (Highly Unsaturated Fatty Acids)

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  11. Baby brine shrimp are the preferred food for the jellys!!

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  12. They require daily feeding, the salt levels of the water have to be very specific, and they need a special tank.
    -Karen Arnold

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  13. The temperature of the tank needs to stay between 60-90 degrees. The saltiness needs to be 30 - 34 ppt.

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  14. 25% of tank water should be changed once per week

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  15. 25% of tank water should be changed once per week!

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  16. They cook well on the grill.... and change the water in quarters weekly.

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  17. They cook well on the grill.... and change the water in quarters weekly.

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  18. I learned that Jellyfish cannot survive in a regular aquarium because they would get sucked into the pump intake

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  19. you need to change 25% of the tank water once per week!

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  20. i learned that they require daily feeding and a weekly 25% water change and salinity check.

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  21. They require daily feeding and a weekly 25% water change and salinity check

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