I last updated this page on Tuesday, March 10, 1998

My Sea-Monkeys' Day By Day Log

Day 1: The Sea-Monkeys are swimming jerkily. They swim around the bottom of the aquarium. They are supposed to swim against the current but I guess they are too weak to do that.

Day 2: The Sea-Monkeys are still swimming jerkily. They are now swimming all around the aquarium. They can swim much faster. They are getting stronger and can almost swim against the current. They have almost doubled in size.

Day 3: All the eggs have now hatched. The newly born Sea-Monkeys are white while the others are light brown. They no longer swim jerkily but if you look closely, you might see a little bit jerkiness.

Day 4: Not much difference from day 3.

Day 5: Not much difference from day 3.

Day 6: Not much difference from day 3.

Day 7: I am beginning to see little bodies growing on some of the Sea-Monkeys.

Day 8: Not much difference from day 7.

Day 9: Not much difference from day 7.

Day 10: I can, now, see little bodies on all of the Sea-Monkeys. They are coming in to shape.

Day 11: Not much difference from day 10.

Day 12: I think I can tell the male Sea-Monkeys and the female Sea-Monkeys apart, now, but I'm not quite sure.

Day 13: Not much difference from day 12.

Day 14: I can, now, see two little eyes on some of the Sea-Monkeys.

Day 15: Not much difference from day 14.

Day 16: I can see a newly born Sea-Monkey swimming at the bottom of the aquarium. And so, the cycle begins once more...

Note: Not all Sea-Monkeys will have progressed as mine.


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