By Andrew Liszewski
I know this is probably better suited for a Friday here at OhGizmo!, but when it comes to Clionidae, I just can’t wait! If you’re like me, you’re probably tired of having to pay those exorbitant public aquarium fees just to have the chance to see a Clionidae, or ‘sea angel’, up close. But thanks to Tokyo-based Genesys World, you can now have the pleasure of viewing and even breeding Clionidae in the comfort of your own home.
Their Qulio fish tank recreates the conditions of the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic waters where the Clionidae are found, and even though it appears to automatically regulate the tank’s temperature, it also includes an emergency alarm should the water temperature rise above acceptable levels. And for your viewing pleasure, the Qulio tank also features a seven color LED interior lighting system which should make the sea angels easier to see. The tank has a price tag of 89,250 YEN, which works out to about $900 US dollars, and I assume it doesn’t come pre-inhabited with Clionidae.