I am living off grid right now and my Internet is really slow. When I saw that it was loading something from Think Geek I thought it might be something I could afford to buy you. Sorry friend but I can’t sneak THAT purchase past hubby.
What was that website where they collected money for the bus driver who was bullied? Maybe if everyone pitched in a few bucks we could get it for you.
Or, you can do some arbitrage and combine products from several websites.
This website sells the full product under the name “1 Jelly Kit.” This is in fact the same exact product that is listed at ThinkGeek.
It costs $382 and includes the tank, 1 small moon jellyfish, and a 3 ounce food supply. The three ounce supply doesn’t seem like a lot, but the site says that it is actually enough to feed three jellyfish for three months, and the kit only has 1 jellyfish.
Just a little word to the wise here…6 gallons is really small for a saltwater tank which is an often precarious ecosystem to maintain even under the largest and best of circumstances.
Years ago when contemplating setting up a fish tank I was taken by the vibrant colors of saltwater fish vs. freshwater. But after quite a bit of research and discovering how quickly a saltwater tank can go downhill, I decided I wasn’t up to that intensive a maintenance requirement.
But if that appeals to you then go-ahead. But thingsvwill be so much more stable with a 10–15 gallon tank (at the minimum).
Just for curiosity, does that price tag include a really kickass pump and filter? If not, better plan on adding one into the total cost unless you want to find your beloved little squishy dead one day . And it had better be a really good filter system.
I wasn’t referring to current but rather to things like the buildup of toxins from waste, maintaining proper ph and salinity etc. All of these are much more difficult with saltwater tanks than freshwater.
Obviously, the larger the tank, the greater the margin of error.