Pet Jellyfish for Christmas!?

Pet Jellyfish for Christmas!?

Some of us want a hoverboard for Christmas…

Some of us are happy with a nice bottle of wine…

And even others may settle for a puppy rather than the pony…

And then…

And then there are the rare who want a pet jellyfish to make game changing moves for the new year…


What happened to having a goldfish?!

Thanks to Jellyfish Art, a company now running a Kickstarter, your dream of owning a pet jellyfish could soon be a reality…

And to be clear this isn’t your granddaddy’s fish tank…

It’s a sleek and modern cylinder, with an ever-changing, multicolor LED light at the bottom and a gentle air pump, to allow the marine life to flourish…

In case you’ve fallen behind, these are REAL jellyfish!

Huffpost asked Jellyfish Art about the tank’s construction and here’s what they said:

Water flow is key. Jellies are like a wet ball of tissue floating around in the tank. If they get close to a filtration intake in a regular fish tank, they would get sucked in and badly mangled. They’re made up of over 90% water so they’re very delicate. The water flow in the tank is designed to have a very gentle outflow spread out over a large surface area…. Our design is the first commercially available cylindrical design.

So Huffpost decided to tested it out for themselves…

Setup? Simple.

All the supplies, excluding the water, were provided and supplemented with directions and a how-to video.

In fact, the tank was up and running in barely 15 minutes.

The next day Huffpost jellies arrived in the mail….

  1. THE. MAIL!!

They released their gelatinous friends into their new home and watched them pulsate around. Check it out:


Now how to wrap all this up to put under the tree!?

Happy Jelly Wrapping 😉


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