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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

EcoAquariums from PreHistoric Home {Holiday gift idea}



Meet Alex and Elizabeth!



My good friends at Prehistoric Home put a smile on an eight-year old face when they sent a Desktop EcoAquarium our way.  Matthew was  so excited to hear he was getting his very own aquarium with two new little friends - African Dwarf Frogs.

So, I don't like frogs at all, and I wasn't too keen on meeting these little guys.  I quickly realized that they are actually cute and really not offensive to me at all.  

Prehistoric Home is Canada's exclusive destination for purchasing the desktop ecoaquarium.



If you have a child on your list asking for a pet this Christmas, why not consider one of these little aquariums?

These little guys need very little attention.  We feed them twice a week with food which came with the kit (enough food for one year), they don't make any mess, or noise.  I'm telling you, this is the dream pet.  And, Matthew loves Alex and Elizabeth, just as he would a hamster or a kitten.  He sits in front of Alex and Elizabeth and speaks to them.  They are still a little shy of us and often become pretty still when we are peering in at them, but they definitely make us laugh and smile while we are watching them.





Prehistoric Home called me to arrange delivery and to make sure that Alex and Elizabeth wouldn't be left outdoors in the cold weather.  Everything was included, and within a few minutes we had our aquarium set up.  A Desktop Aquarium is a fantastic holiday gift idea for children and adults alike.  How great would this be for an office?  With very little upkeep and expense, find out why these Desktop Aquariums are award winning for yourself!


Find out more, and to purchase online, visit Prehistoric Home.















Disclaimer:  I was sent a sample for my review.  Opinions expressed are mine, yours may differ.



1 comment:

Sheri said...

Oh wow...that is neat. Do they give you instructions on how to care for them too?