Jun 06

Triop World Competition

Yesterday you saw me publish a review of the fantastic Triop World (My Living World) from Interplay. The perfect set for any nature lover, history lover or pet lover! The Monkey and the Mouse found it easy to use and they are so excited at how they are going to see their ‘pets’ grow.triop world

Some of the things we have found out about Triops is fascinating.

Triops are crustaceans and they have the scientific name of Triops Longicaudatus.  The Triops in this set come from the USA but they can be found in many continents.

They live in small ponds that exist only for short periods after it has rained.  Triops have to go through their life cycle very quickly so their eggs are ready for when the pool goes dry.

Most exciting is they can double in size every day and can grow up to 4cm in length.

This set gives the children an amazing chance to explore nature indoors, they can see the birth and life-cycle of the Triops and they can learn history!

Have a read of the review and if you fancy a chance to win your own set, please follow the options on the widget below! Good Luck, one of you will be enjoying your own ‘Living World’ as much as we are soon!

 Triop World from Interplay


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  1. emma walters

    my 2 boys love all things creepy crawling in the garden so i’m sure they would love this too

  2. Kim Carberry

    I would love to win this for my girls….I think they would love it and find it so interesting x

  3. Tracy K Nixon

    My 2 sons love all things creepy crawling so I’m sure they would love this prize! Thank you x

  4. Angela McDonald

    I’d love to win this for me nephew! He ;loves discovering new things so he’d adore it!

  5. Jennifer Haden

    I would love to win this for my nephews, who would love something like this! 😀

  6. laura banks

    my son he loves exploring

  7. Martina Pichova

    I think my son would find this fascinating.

  8. janine atkin

    my son would love this. so would i!

  9. Jo Hutchinson

    I would love to win this for my little ones.

  10. Ruth Harwood

    I think my niece would love this – perfect for her age xx

  11. Kirsty Hosty

    I would love to win this my best friends little boy, these remind me of Sea Monkeys which I loved as a child

  12. Clare Hubbard

    My son would love this 🙂

  13. claire woods

    My son Samuel

  14. Laura Pritchard

    For my son – we love this kind of stuff!

  15. Maggie Ali

    I’d love to win it for my 8 year old twins 🙂

  16. Susan B

    Our middle little person would particularly like this.

  17. Sally Collingwood

    My granddaughter Skye loves anything like this

  18. kim neville

    My son would like this. He is always looking at bugs in the garden

  19. Sheri Darby

    All our kids would enjoy this

  20. michelle o'neill

    my grandaughter would love this x

  21. Kimberley Ryan


  22. Chantiece Bates

    My nephews, it has just been their birthday and would make a great extra present!

  23. Claire Barker

    I would love to win this for my partners’ niece & nephew as they are growing up to be wonderful nature lovers 🙂

  24. Helen A

    My nephew would love this!

  25. Vickie Jackson

    I would love to try and win for my daughter and son. This looks fab 🙂

  26. Spencer Wright

    My whole family would love to adopt some triops!

  27. Adrian Bold

    My nephew Jack who would love this.

  28. Jayne Kelsall

    My son would love this, he’s into anything to do with bugs .x

  29. emma kinsey

    my 5 year old daughter

  30. Jo McPherson

    Our Tyler would love it

  31. Natalie Crossan

    My little girl

  32. Kim Styles

    it would be for my son and nephew!

  33. Victoria Prince

    My friend’s daughter would absolutely love this 🙂 to be honest so would I, I am very jealous and wish I was young again!


    I would love to win for my daughter.

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