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Pet fish are a lot of fun, but there's one problem: they don't live very long. But with Robo Fish, kids can have all the fun of a pet fish without having to worry about keeping the water temperature in the fish bowl just right, feeding the fish, or mourning the death of Fishy. Robo Fish are electronic fish that swim just like a real fish thanks to their lifelike tail fin motion. These fish have a water-activated swimming mechanism. Just place a Robo Fish in water and it automatically turns on. To turn off Robo Fish, take it out of the water and dry it with a soft, clean cloth.

Robo Fish are sold individually for about $9.99. There are eight styles. Each comes with a display stand.

You can also purchase the Robo Fish Fish Bowl, which retails for $19.99 and comes with a shark Robo Fish. The Fish Bowl can hold up to four liters of water. Just fill it with water and let the fish swim.
You missed Electirc Fishbowl Night wit... at Duffy's Tavern.
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It was refreshing to finally work with a group of individuals such as your team to really understand the capability as well as the limitations of Fishbowl. Brian Carlin, Electric Distribution Superintendent THURSDAY - Electric Fishbowl night is BACK! Darkwood (AKA Caleb Wiedel) will be throwing down some beats! Come vibe! 10pm. Donations. 21+
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Photo provided by FlickrJoin us for an Electric Fishbowl featuring Odinson (James AD Steele)! We'll have $1 tall boys all night!
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GloFish are relatively hardy, easy to keep, and get along well with other fish. However, not all fish are this way, so if you have other fish in your tank or are adding new fish to your GloFish tank, be careful to choose fish that can all live together in a similar environment. Here are a few key points that may be helpful: (1) Like their non-fluorescent counterparts, GloFish are schooling fish and should ideally be kept in groups. This is particularly important with GloFish Barbs (Electric Green® and Starfire Red®), which can potentially become aggressive if they are not kept in groups of five or more. (2) Be sure not to crowd too many fish into a tank. (3) Please avoid keeping fish (even just one fish) in a small bowl. Recommended stocking densities vary depending upon the literature source, tank configuration, filtration system, and other factors, so making a specific recommendation is difficult. We recommend consulting with the experts at your local fish store before starting a new aquarium or adding to an existing community.Feed your fish sparingly. The most common reasons for premature fishdeath in the hobby are over feeding and inadequate . Feed your fishonly once a day, and in a bowl, only what theyCOMPLETELY consume in under a minute. Excess food inthe bowl will begin to decay, and in the limited capacity of a bowl,the water can become toxic rapidly. Feed your fish a variety ofquality fish foods—feeding only one food presents the possibilityof a vitamin or mineral deficiency, and the number of quality foodsavailable on the market today allows every pet owner to provide aselection of high quality foods for their fish.Join us for another round of Electric Fishbowl Night featuring DJ Odinson and $1 Tall Boys! We'll have music from 10 until 2 so you can dance the night away!

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