Air plants in sea urchin shells


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#2

I had one of these as a kid. It just sat there. No terror at all.


#3

The word “genius” gets thrown around too much, so I won’t call that genius.

But it is pretty cool.


#4

if you take the “i” out of genius, then genus Tillandsia…members of the Bromeliad family.


#5

airplants are much easier to care for then actual jellyfish which are surprisingly a pita to keep even with a specialized aquarium.


#6

I wonder if there’s an aquatic counter part of the air plant. Something you put in the shell and hang it inside a freshwater aquarium.


#7

Brackwater limpets, breakaway flora, the haunted pirate treasure, the Riverwalk of Perpetually Bankrupt City, and the All-seeing Wretched Inland Kelp of Direwyynthfferi. It sounds busy, until you see it in action.


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