4-D Puzzles of Reef Life Are Just What You Need

Joe RowlettBy Joe Rowlett 5 years agoNo Comments
4D Master 4D puzzle

Clown Triggerfish & Copperband Butterflyfish


My little nerd heart just about burst with excitement when I stumbled upon these
delightful 4-D puzzles of tropical marine life. Available in everything from seahorses to moorish idols to lionfish and more (19 sets to choose from here!), these are a must have for all those reef aquarists with a passion for useless tchotchkes. Picture the serene beauty of your aquarium… now picture that aquarium adorned with a 4-D puzzle of a chambered nautilus. Looks nicer, right?

4D puzzle

Ocellaris Clownfish & Semilarvatus Butterflyfish

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Moorish Idol & Frogfish

Chambered Nautilus & Clown Crab

Seahorse & Blowfish

Seahorse & Blowfish

Great White Shark & Sea Turtle Dioramas!!!!!

Great White Shark & Sea Turtle Dioramas!!!!!

 

Sea Dragon & Octopus siamensis

Leafy Seadragon & Amphioctopus siamensis

You’ll have to dig a little to find these for sale online (most are around $10). Each set measures a few inches across and contains a dozen or two pieces, so these aren’t a huge time sink. If, on the other hand, you have more free time than you know what to do with, here’s a 9000 piece jigsaw puzzle of a ridiculously inaccurate reef menagerie, where Indian Ocean Powder Blue Tangs cavort about with Hawaiian Yellow Tangs, and a Red Sea Blacktail Butterflyfish frolics amidst a group of West Pacific Ocellaris Clownfish. All this scene is missing is a pair of French Angelfishes and some Neon Tetras.

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 Joe Rowlett

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Joe is classically trained in the zoological arts and sciences, with a particular focus on the esoterica of invertebrate taxonomy and evolution. He’s written for several aquarium publications and for many years lorded over the marinelife at Chicago’s venerable Old Town Aquarium. He currently studies prairie insect ecology at the Field Museum of Natural History and fish phylogenetics at the University of Chicago.

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