Sea Monkeys DI23229 Sea Monkeys On Mars: shopmatrix.net: Toys & Games
SALE PRICE: £14.99
- Hatch and grow amazing tiny Sea Monkeys in a Mars themed aquarium. Contains everything needed to create the perfect Sea Monkey habitat, plus food to help them grow and thrive.
- The original amazing ‘live’ Sea Monkeys are the ultimate in easy to care for pets, encouraging scientific learning and an interesting in biology.
- Fill the tank with water and add the included water purifier. After 24 hours add the eggs and watch and wait to see your tiny Sea Monkeys hatch and come to life.
- The special sea monkeys aquarium has a detailed, authentic Mars planetary landscape scene inside.
- Includes water purifier, instant live eggs, growth food, complete instructions, feeding spoon and aqua-leash.
Sea Monkeys in space? That’s right, with this mighty martian landscape tank you can watch your Sea Monkeys explore Mars’ rocky terrain! Keep a close eye on your Sea Monkeys through the cool magnifying portal!This tank comes with a detailed Mars planetary landscape scene inside. Includes: 1 x Water Purifier, 1 x Sea Monkeys eggs, 1 x Food Pouch, 1 x Feeding Spoon 1x Water Pump. For ages 6+
Warning. Not suitable for chidren under 3 years. Contains small parts which can be swallowed.
|Dimensions:||11.5 x 10 x 14 cm; 280 Grams|
|Age:||6 – 40 years|
From the manufacturer
Born in 1926 and raised in New York City, Harold von Braunhut began his career as a budding magician and inventor while still in high school and worked on the first GPS system — the Directomat — for the NYC subway system in the 1950s. A taste for adventure and the bounds of human experience, he also raced motorcycles as the Green Hornet and managed the careers of a man who jumped 40 feet from the Flatiron building into a shallow kiddie-pool (Henri LeMothe) and one of the most famous mind readers of the 20th century (The Amazing Dunninger). But the Amazing Live Sea Monkeys were Harold’s most enduring and iconic invention. Walking into a pet store in 1957, he saw a tank of overlooked brine shrimp that were used as fish food and in a flash saw an instant pet that could teach children about the oddities of nature. He began experimenting on how to preserve and reanimate them in his tiny lab, and in 1960 introduced them to the world as “Instant Life.”
The “Original” formula is kept under lock and key, and still made in the USA to this day. Originally Sea-Monkeys didn’t sell at all. It was that no one wanted to sell them, so Harold got the idea to place an ad for ‘Instant Life’ inside comic books to directly to kids. Sea Monkeys could be ordered by mail directly from the Sea Monkey headquarters. Overnight, orders were flying in and the Sea Monkeys began their long career striking the imaginations of millions of children.