A jellyfish aquarium for �285 � that's quite a sting!

January 2013
Daily Mail;1/18/2013, p22
AS PET owners, we have taken some of the most unlikely of animals into our hearts and homes: snakes, lizards, geckos, stick insects, koi carp. But we have never yet successfully managed to keep jellyfish.


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