Labyrinth Aquarium Has Swimming Tubes
The Labyrinth Aquarium provides your little fish with a more luxurious aquarium experience. It offers a set of tanks connected with swimming tubes.
(Labyrinth Aquarium has swimming tubes)
Fans of the amphibious Gowachin from Frank Herbert's 1977 novel The Dosadi Experiment recall with envy the swimming tubes that connected all Gowachin facilities.
Gowachin never strayed far from water. The Graluz - that central pool and sanctuary for females, the place where the Gowachin raised those tads which survived the ravenous weeding by the male parent - the Graluz always remained a central fixation for the Gowachin.
For all short distances, swimming tubes connected Gowachin facilities. They traversed long distances by jumpdoor or in hissing jetcars which moved on magnetic cushions...
(Read more about Herbert's swimming tubes)
Note: if your fish has been carping about its limited explorational options, watch the Terranaut Video- See Fish Explore Land With Robotic Vehicle.
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