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Triassic Triops

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Grow your own prehistoric creatures with Triassic Triops. Scientists say triops, critters that look like mini horseshoe crabs, have been around for more than 200 million years. Kit comes with 100 triops eggs, tank with magnified viewing and more. ($24.00)

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Comments about “Triassic Triops”

  1. saicha says:

    …I think they are….not…..prehistoric…….creatures.

  2. M says:

    These things actually hatched. From the other comments, they probably didn’t raise them correctly. My triops had lived for about 6 weeks.

  3. Hi says:

    These things stink!!! mine hatched and died 3 days later!!! and one of them ate the other and i fed them well!!! :(

  4. ElleM says:

    We bought a triops kit, nothing hatched. Sent away for replacement eggs, nothing hatched. Not impressed. We followed the instructions to a T.

  5. pedro says:

    How long do they live for?

  6. zeon says:

    ive had them before, it was a little hard for me to give them up

  7. juby says:

    Oh and by the way if you dont feed them they will eat one and other.

  8. Hurricane 1973 says:

    They probably AREN’T a ripoff because it said they LOOK like a prehistoric animal.

  9. Anonymous says:

    this is ripoff

  10. tre says:

    these things are a ripoff

  11. haloman887 says:

    i have bought these before when they called them triclops

  12. GuyInTroop97TN says:

    I’m not kidding here, I was about to put a comment that said “These things are a rip off” when i scrolled down and saw where someone already did!

  13. wierdo dude says:

    WIERD!!!!!!!!!!

  14. Anonymous says:

    i think these things are a ripoff

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