Say Goodbye To Your Fish Tank And Hello To The JellyTank


What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about having a pet at home? More than likely, you envision a dog or a cat and, if you are especially out there on the fringe, you might have a fish tank. Now it is possible to take pets to a whole new level with your own Jellyfish tank.

The JellyTank is really a very unique idea. It allows you to have one of the most graceful and delicate sea creatures in your home in a dedicated environment. After all, with as dainty as jellyfish are, it is impossible just to toss them into any tank and hope they survive. The JellyTank is specifically designed to keep jellyfish alive and safe. It’s was available as a kickstarter project but now it has come to life.


This video shows you how it works:

According to The JellyTank website, “Our team of jellyfish experts have done extensive research on creating the best jellyfish tank that is user-friendly and easy to maintain. We’ve put together a product that allows jellyfish to thrive in an environment without the worries of getting hurt. The tank utilizes a laminar water flow pattern which mimics the natural open water habitat of jellyfish.â€

In a nutshell, the tank was designed to make the jellyfish feel at home in your home.

The project has already reached its goal on Kickstarter but you can still back it and preorder your own tank. The expected ship dates start in May 2017.

The tank will be available for $199 at the store and the jellyfish can be bought through the website for anywhere from $20 up to $50.

The tank is available in both black and white. It has built in LED lighting so the jellyfish can be illuminated in any color. You might enjoy a calming blue along with some ocean sounds playing in the background. It’s relaxation at its finest.

This is pretty much the best invention ever and for $200, you will want to own one as well. In fact, it might just replace those goldfish you won at the carnival.

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