Age range 3 years thru 12 years
Toy Type AC CP CT ES GP SC SR TY Grow an underwater adventure in this Sea-Quarium and watch it all through the magnifying portholes. This complete kit comes with everything you need, just add water. The tank is injection molded in one piece and has five magnifying portholes on the front curved pane. The hinged lid holds the LED Light Unit (included in the Deluxe Edition) in place, has vents, and can accommodate an air line for DuneCraft’s Hydro-Pump (included in the Deluxe Edition). This is the perfect container to grow and watch all kinds of aquatic life develop. In order for the Sea-Quarium to be a self-sufficient ecosystem, there has to be the right balance of bacteria, algae, plants, and animal life. The Sea-Sauruses will produce nitrates in the water, which will foster algae growth. The algae is then consumed by the Sea-Sauruses and kept in check. The lily pads will also thrive from the nitrates produced by the Sea-Sauruses and help filter the water. DuneCraft started 12 years ago and creates themed terrariums, sprouting kits, and science novelties. In the past ten years, the company has reached across the USA and many other countries. They conduct both ASTM tests for the United States and CE testing for Europe. They have forms for all their polymers and science items as well as any components in growing kits and only safe and non-toxic materials are used. HOW COMPANY IS GREEN: DuneCraft, a worldwide leader of innovative themed terrariums and sprouting kits, found a way to include the benefits of plants in every aspect of business. The company moved into a 170,000 square foot building and turned their space into a giant terrarium. A variety of air-cleaning plants envelop the entire office creating its own biosphere. Plants include Areca palms, Dracaena, Peace Lilies as well as other tropical plants. Jasmine with its sweet fragrance makes it a very calming atmosphere. DuneCraft believes in its products and benefits. They use materials consisting of post-consumer content whenever possible. All corrugated materials are recycled. They make as little negative impact as possible.