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Old 10th November 2010, 12:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay main point - anyone keeps Marimos?
if you dont know what it is. its a ball.. green coloured.. aka algae ball / moss ball
its the easiest "pet" to keep.. watch change once a week.. some salt and ta-da !
it grows !

Abit weird of a pet.. x)

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SEAMONKEYYYS
i love em so much imma buy more seamonkeys too..
anyone keeps them? im planning to keep it with my marimo.. not sure if it'd died cause of the chemical used by seamonkeys.. Uhmmms or maybe the monkeys will eat my momo up..

anyone knows about marimo ?

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Okay main point - anyone keeps Marimos?
if you dont know what it is. its a ball.. green coloured.. aka algae ball / moss ball
its the easiest "pet" to keep.. watch change once a week.. some salt and ta-da !
it grows !

Abit weird of a pet.. x)

AND

SEAMONKEYYYS
i love em so much imma buy more seamonkeys too..
anyone keeps them? im planning to keep it with my marimo.. not sure if it'd died cause of the chemical used by seamonkeys.. Uhmmms or maybe the monkeys will eat my momo up..

anyone knows about marimo ?

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oops.. i think i kinda post in the wrong thread *oops*
Marimos, saw before. I think must import in. Try Ebay?
The algae will grow and grow.

Seamonkeys are fake I think. Just chemical reaction then you see like got little wrigglies inside.
Not sure eh, but this is what I heard from a lot people. I rather you put water babies. Haha.
Cause seamonkeys got chemical one.

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I have brought a marimo from www.giveaplant.com before..

Really nothing to care for it much.. Just leave it alone, change water every week. Maybe once a month put it into the fridge and etc..

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If i am not wrong seamonkeys as you speak are brine shrimps. Can check that up on wiki or google, it is normally use as fish food. And Marimo balls, you can go get some at fish stores that are specialise in planting

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I saw a table selling marimos at *scape. (it's not a shop so I dunno if its still there)
sea monkeys: toys r us? O_O (I heard that the ones they sell at fish shop slightly diff kind from the sea monkeys but not sure how true)

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