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What kind of jelly fish are you thinking about? You can keep upside down jellies in much the same way as you would an anemone or coral. They just need a species tank.
Do a search on jelly fish. There was a thread about them recently. I think the consensus was that their short life span and cost of equipment made setting up a tank for them unrealistic.
 

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What kind of jelly fish are you thinking about? You can keep upside down jellies in much the same way as you would an anemone or coral. They just need a species tank.
Do a search on jelly fish. There was a thread about them recently. I think the consensus was that their short life span and cost of equipment made setting up a tank for them unrealistic.
wel that woulda been my next question. what kind of jellyfish
upside down jelly?
 

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I was going to set up a jelly tank...but they are pretty hard to find unless you want to pay to import them from Japan! Also, the moon jellies are the most readily available and easiest to keep...but, they have a pretty short adult lifespan (3-6 months)...so unless you plan to keep replacing them every few months they are not a very viable choice...in the end availability, cost, ect. talked me out of it.
 
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