Animal Scene - - FINS, FEATHERS, AND FUR -

Ma­te­ri­als in­clude two pieces of 1-liter plas­tic bot­tles, small air pump with sil­i­cone air­line tub­ing, light source, sy­ringe or sil­i­cone air­line tub­ing, rock salt, and the cysts. A rigid air­line tub­ing is also re­quired, which can be ob­tained from dam­aged un­der gravel and box fil­ter hose at­tach­ments. If not avail­able, you can use a small rock and a rub­ber band and at­tach it to the end of the sil­i­cone air­line tub­ing.

For the fil­ter­ing ma­te­rial, some use cof­fee fil­ters, but I use flan­nel which re­ally works well. Those that come in blue or yel­low color are great since you can per­fectly see the brine shrimp be­ing fil­tered. A hy­drom­e­ter is op­tional but rec­om­mended.

The steps be­low were pro­vided by Golden Lake Brine Shrimp.

1. Si­phoned brine to planela cloth 2. Sil­i­cone hose for si­phon­ing 3. Canned brine shrimp 4. Cam­era film plas­tic bot­tles for repack­ing brine 5. 1 liter plas­tic bot­tle 6. Sy­ringe with sil­i­con hose at­tached

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