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  • Misti Stout

    Desktop Jellyfish Aquarium by Alex Andon of Jellyfish Art. Want!

  • Jolly Holly Balloon Art

    Jellyfish tank - SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! I would get nothing done looking at this thing all day long. #weird #products. #cool #products. #funny products. #interesting #products

  • Kotton Grammer

    Desktop Jellyfish Tank How many of you out there have always wanted a pet fish that would just as soon sting the hell out of you than to look at you? I know I have. And luckily, I can now have the perfect home for my pet beloved. With the Desktop Jellyfish Tank, the problems that come with keeping your jellyfish in a normal aquarium have been solved. See, jellyfish cannot inhabit the standard tank because filtration systems remove the fish part from their name and leave them liquefied jelly. Nasty cleanup and none too fun for the jellyfish either. The Desktop Jellyfish Tank has corrected this problem, and now makes it possible for you to have your own pet jellyfish. And that’s a good thing because they truly are beautiful creatures. They’re just not the type that are going to get excited when you come in from work. But they make one hell of a decoration. As an added perk, it’ll look fantastic in your home next to that Labyrinth Aquarium!…

  • kimberlly wooten

    JELLY FISH TANK! SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! I would get nothing done looking at this thing all day long.

  • Vicki Sowa

    Desktop Jellyfish Tank. Since jellyfish cannot go in regular fish tanks due to the fact that they would get sucked into the filtration system, the people over at JellyFish Art have designed a special tank with a special filtration system to make it possible for anyone to own a pet jellyfish. Weird, no?

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