Uncle Milton Naboo Sea Creatures User Manual

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Hatching your Naboo Sea Creatures

These are what you will need:
• Spring water

• Clear container. For example, a drinking

glass, bowl or mason jar

• Stirring stick

• Naboo Sea Creature eggs

1. Take clear container and fill with spring

water to approximately 2-3 inches in depth.

2. Open Naboo Sea Creature egg pack and

mix approximately ¼ to ½ of the contents

into the water-filled container using the

stirring stick.

3. Place container in warm location.

4. When your Naboo Sea Creatures reach a

length of 1/16th to 1/8th of an inch they

are ready to be introduced to their Naboo

Sea Creature habitat.

Setting up
Naboo Sea Creatures Habitat


These are what you received:
• Naboo habitat (tank, lid, base)

• One stick-on thermometer

• One pack of Naboo Sea Creature eggs

• One pack of Naboo Sea Creature food

• One plastic stirrer

• Learning guide and manual

These are what you need to provide:
• One gallon bottle of spring water

(available at your local food market)

• Sheet of paper

• Pair of scissors

• Disposable cups

1. Rinse all plastic parts in spring water.


harmful to Naboo Sea Creatures. Dry off

the outside of the tank.

2. Peel off the paper backing from the

thermometer and adhere it to the lower

right front of the dry tank, making sure it

is clear of the product base.

3. Replace sea floor plate in tank and push

down to firmly secure to tank.

4. Place the habitat on a sturdy table or shelf,

where it won’t be accidentally bumped or

disturbed. Do not place on a surface

where accidental spillage of water may

cause damage. Do not place it in direct

sunlight or near a heating or air condition-

ing vent. Once it is filled with water, it

should not be moved. Never use insecti-

cide, cleaning solvents, deodorizer, paint

or other chemicals near the habitat.

5. Pour in room-temperature spring water to

about one inch from the rim. Do not use

water conditioner. Water temperature

should be 72˚ to 80˚ F (22˚ to 31˚ C). If

necessary, place an incandescent desk

lamp (60 watts) about ten inches from the

top in order to raise the water temperature

and to provide light. It is very important

that the water be between 72˚ and 80˚F.

6. Open the pack of eggs. Do this over a

piece of paper in case any eggs spill out.

Be careful – they’re tiny! Pour one-half of

the eggs into the water. Do not touch the

eggs. Save the other half of the eggs for

another time.

7. Stir the water with the plastic stirrer. The

water might get a little cloudy, but it will

clear up.

8. You can add a little more spring water to

wash down any eggs and debris which

have clung to the sides of the habitat.

9. Replace the lid onto the tank.



11. In 7 to 10 days, you will begin to see baby

Naboo Sea Creatures. They appear as

orange-white dots. If no eggs have

hatched after three days, check the water

temperature and add the other eggs.


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