Kids couldn’t wait to open the box and start setting up their aquarium. We attached our sea scape decal to the background and placed our washed gravel in the Sea-Quarium. Next we added distilled water and dropped in our lily pad seeds. We searched the house for th right spot full of sunshine and the right exposure to leave our Sea-Quarium for a week or two until the lily pads grow and algae forms on their roots to produce a natural food source for the Sea-Sauruses. Add the Sea-Saurus eggs and wait a day or two for them to hatch! Special food and a scoop are provided to feed our new animals so they can thrive in their eco-system.
Sea-Quarium by DuneCraft
Apr 13, 2014 | Uncategorized