Got a Giant Jellyfish Aquarium? Cause It'd Be a Lot Cooler If You Did.

Consider it the gentleman's lava lamp

By Reuben Brody

Got a Giant Jellyfish Tank? Cause It'd Be a Lot Cooler If You Did.
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28 July 2017

No creature is more mindlessly graceful than the jellyfish. It floats. It glides. It eats what’s in its path, oblivious to fear, desire, consciousness. Watching them do all those things is a peaceful endeavor, and one made ever more stylish by a Cubic Aquarium System, an LED tank of crystal-clear acrylic that can house up to 10 jellies.


They make them in three styles: the Pulse 160 and Pulse 80 are rectangular, while the Orbit 20 is more of an orb. But the engine is the same in each: a biological filtration system maintains the water and provides plankton for the jellies, while the LEDs change hues via a remote to let you set the mood.

Unlike the jellyfish, an act of grace requires a little thought for us humans.

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