OK, so my son got Sea Monkeys that we started last June, and now a year later, there is still one Sea Monkey left! I didn't think they lived that long. He's received virtually no care; in fact I don't think he's been fed since a year ago when he was grossly overfed. He's huge compared to any Sea Monkey I ever had.
So, is he evolving into some kind of super-organism? Is it going to kill me and my family in my sleep?
I need advice and I need it quick.
Forever trying to find a cure for the Dunning-Kruger Effect.
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