Jellyfish Lamp Aquariums Are So Cool
This is my newly designed Jellyfish Lamp in Light. Round in form with a black base with red trim around the whole lamp. Beautifully Life-like Jellyfish swimming on a transparent background. The perfect gift for anybody who loves marine life, or just wants to create a unique design palette for a home or office.
This lamp combines Jellyfish, a mollusk that moves about by crawling along the bottom of the ocean floor. They're about 2 inches long (including the head). There are about a thousand different types of jellyfish in the world. They are hermit crabs, bivalve mollusks, and tube worms, to name a few. The tube worms are very rarely found but make for fascinating viewing, while a jellyfish sits on the rock face.
I found this design online and wasn't sure if it was called a jellyfish lamp aquarium. Then I saw the picture and realized that I had just discovered a jellyfish lamp. Now my wife has it put in the living room as a light fixture and I've even gotten one for my daughter.
This is not your typical aquarium lighting. Think Deep Sea Aquarium lighting. Jellyfish lamp aquarium, jellyfish fish floating in a lamp, or jellyfish lamp shades. The beauty of jellyfish is that they can be made to look just like any other kind of marine animal. Jellyfish Lamp is a beautifully designed product that combines beauty with function.
To make the lamp, all you need is a Jellyfish Crystal, a piece of plexiglass, some clear or frosted glass, and a sturdy but flexible tube or wire. Since jellyfish tend to be pretty delicate, you will want to use a piece of plexiglass that is slightly larger than the jellyfish itself. Using plexiglass that is too small can actually injure the jellyfish, so go a little larger than you think is required. Some people have used glass and Plexiglas, but I don't really recommend it, plexiglass tends to give the Jellyfish a more unique and stunning look.
I like to use these lights inside of my fish tank, because they create an atmosphere similar to that which would be found deep under the ocean. This creates a really cool place for the jellyfish to live. There are several different kinds of jellyfish lamp aquariums, you can get these at most aquarium specialty stores and online. These lamps can also come in many shapes and sizes, they are often referred to as "coral tanks".
I personally like the jellyfish lamp because I get to watch my silicone jellyfish as they swim along. They are very entertaining and exciting to watch, and they have such soft skin that they can actually be damaged quite easily. If you have a jellyfish tank, then you should consider getting a jellyfish lamp aquarium, it really is a great addition to any tank. These types of lamps come in a wide array of colors, shapes, sizes, and designs, some of them even have sounders installed!
There are several jellyfish aquarium light makers that you can use with your jellyfish lamp. Most of these lighting units are powered off of one of your batteries. These jellyfish lamp aquariums generally have pumps installed in the bottom of the tank, which is important if you want the lights to run continuously. Many of these lights run off of either 12 volts or electricity, which is great if you don't plan on keeping the jellyfish on the tank for very long. Overall I think this type of aquarium lighting is an excellent idea, as long as you make sure that you have a good quality jellyfish tank to put it in. Make sure that it is properly acclimated before you start using the jellyfish lamp!