The Sea-Monkey Diaries, Part Seven

State of the union

For the benefit of those who are wondering if we’ve upturned the tank into the toilet, we’re pleased to report that we’ve spotted three tiny baby sea-monkeys in the tank, and they seem to be frisky and swimming around the increasingly murky water, which is filled with sea-monkey-faecal matter and carcasses.

Yes, there have been deaths, but that’s the natural course of things. There are about 10 to 15 adult sea-monkeys left, and they’re each about 1cm long.

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29 thoughts on “The Sea-Monkey Diaries, Part Seven”

  1. Every time I read these Sea Monkey posts, I can’t help but think about all those times I hatched brine shrimp to feed my fish…

  2. Every time I read these Sea Monkey posts, I can’t help but think about all those times I hatched brine shrimp to feed my fish…

  3. Where did you get your Sea Monkey set? I remember it was available in 7-11 about 5 or 6 years back.. I bought it but my brother overturned my precious Sea Monkey tank.. 🙁

  4. Where did you get your Sea Monkey set? I remember it was available in 7-11 about 5 or 6 years back.. I bought it but my brother overturned my precious Sea Monkey tank.. 🙁

  5. I carry one of my sea monkeys around in my sea monkey watch I havn’t found a name for my sea mokey will ya’ll help me I want a unque name thankx and congrats on ur sea monkeys they look so adorable don’t they

  6. I carry one of my sea monkeys around in my sea monkey watch I havn’t found a name for my sea mokey will ya’ll help me I want a unque name thankx and congrats on ur sea monkeys they look so adorable don’t they

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