65 million years ago, dinosaurs ruled the earth. That must have been quite a sight, except we were not around to live through it. We are now only left with footprints and fossils of these majestic creatures, that tell the history of our world. And thanks to this Glowing Dino Pet, we can connect with our pre-historic past with an air of nostalgia.
This pet is an Apatosaurus. And I kid you not when I say that it lives, breathes and feeds. This pet allows you to hold one of nature’s most magical phenomena in the palm of your end – Bioluminescence. Like fireflies light up the forests at night, this Dino Pet will glow beautifully in your home after sundown.
The Glowing Dino Pet contains thousands of tiny bioluminescent marine plankton called dinoflagellates (“dinos”). These illuminate the Apatosaurus when gently shook at night, giving you a glowing dinosaur. Sure, your dog is cute and your cat is adorable. But I bet they are no match for an actual glowing dinosaur. It’s Jurassic World right in your home.
The pet is easy to care for and does not make any noise. Being a living thing, it must be fed the right diet. And what do Dino’s eat, if not Dino Food? The product comes with one pack of Dino Food but you will need to refill it once a month to keep your pet alive and healthy.
The Dino Pet requires some time in the light every day, as it contains photosynthetic sea life. You can place it anywhere in your home with indirect access to sunlight. An artificial room lighting will also suffice.
This wonderful creature is so shy that it only reveals its true colour at night. It responds very readily to mechanical stimulation, so all you need to do is shake it up. The result is one of nature’s most magical tricks – bright blue lights that glow. For best results, this must be done in the darkest room possible. Even a tiny bit of ambient light can possibly mask the bioluminescence.
By using just water, nutrients, and sunlight, instead of batteries or electricity, the Dino Pet becomes a contemporary living piece of art. It’s also quite scientific and can serve as a subject worthy of education. You’re going to love it, and your kids will as well. It’s truly a fascinating pet!