Friday, November 2, 2007

An Update of My Amazing Sea Monkeys

It's been nearly a month since my last update on the Sea Monkeys, so I thought I'd let you know how things are going. My Amazing Sea Monkeys have been living it up in their "Magic Castle" on my desk at work. They keep busy during the day, swimming around quite happily and watching me work. When I get in to work each morning I usually turn on my desk lamp and position it right over the top of their tank. This makes them swim to the surface to say "Good Morning Rick!". I'm amazed at how little food they need, usually just twice a week is all they require. Even though they are small, they still attract their share of admirers, who often stop by to check on my little critters for a chuckle. I'd like to think that my Sea Monkeys are about has happy as these images of Sea Monkeys below...

Thanks for stopping by...HAPPY FRIDAY!
-Rick Rockhill

15 comments:

bunnygirl said...

So how long do they live? As someone whose sea monkeys never hatched, I'm jealous!!!

Palm Springs Savant said...

Hey there Bunnygirl- they are supposed to live for two years, but we'll see...so far so good tho!

lime said...

i am totally impressed. those are the first actual living sea monkeys i have ever seen. i had a friend get some once and they didn't do anythign. it looked like water with crud in it.

Ben Wu said...

I was beginning to wonder how the little guys were doing.

-Ben Wu

marlupe said...

I am so excited to hear that they are doing well. They look so cute.

TWISI said...

they are growing up so fast

Lewis said...

An entire MONTH and they're still alive? Mine never lived that long as a child.

Burfica said...

do sea monkeys eat wet banana's?? heheheheh

EBEZP said...

I'm sure they are that happy Rick, I mean how couldn't they be!

Desert Songbird said...

Yay! A sea monkey update! I'm glad they seem to be thriving.

So, what do sea monkeys eat?

WAT said...

They're supposed to be an ancient form of shrimp from what I was reading. Brine shrimp to be exact.

Fascinating.

Anonymous said...

they are sooo cute and interesting

Christian said...

Wow I didn't know those things do grow. Very interesting... Maybe I have to get one and try it out.

CRUSTYBEEF said...

Now that is freaking cool! So, where could one find seamonkeys?
Always,
Crusty

Taylor_Blue said...

I had sea monkeys....they are so cute...you teach them anything yet?

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