Three simple steps for successfully growing dinoflagellates 1) Moderate light- do not subject dinoflagellates to intense lighting (direct sunlight would be intense) 2) Moderate feedings- Do not overfeed dinoflagellates- less is best. Make your DinoFood last longer 3) Moderate temperatures- 55F - 85F (Ideal 68F- 73F) For more detailed dinoflagellate care instructions use this link: Dino Care  

Forget the typical flowers and candy - this year, wow your valentine with science! Our Dino Pets are filled with thousands of microscopic algae, or dinoflagellates, that glow a brilliant blue at night. And, this year, you can purchase a Dino Pet Blue with a Valentine’s Day Dino-Gram at no extra charge! Like the ...

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First off, congratulations on entering the magical world of bioluminescence! We're willing to bet you're ready to share your glowing dinoflagellates (or, dinos) on social media. But, as every new Dino Pet owner soon finds out, taking photos of bioluminescence can be difficult. Like, REALLY difficult. Like, BioPop has been in the game for 5 years ...

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Hey dino fans - We hope you’re enjoying your 2018 so far! To celebrate, we’re giving an extra pouch of Dino Food (or Dino Nutrients) with each purchase of a 3 Pack. How it Works: Visit the BioPop Store Purchase a Dino Food (or Dino Nutrient) 3 Pack You’ll automatically receive an extra pouch of ...

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Hello, friends! In celebration of Halloween, our Community Relations Manager, Jack, will show you a super-simple method for making slime. Making slime is so easy that it only requires three ingredients: Borax (which you can purchase at a local grocery store), Washable school glue, and Water Want to make your slime Halloween-themed? Try experimenting with ...

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Thinking of giving our glowing dinos a go, but not sure if you’re ready for the full Dino Pet or Sphere experience? Have no fear - the Dino Egg is here! The Dino Egg is a little pouch filled with living light. The glow comes from microscopic algae called dinoflagellates (dinos) that photosynthesize during ...

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