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MOAI Robot Is a Roomba Vacuum For Your Aquarium

Home aquariums are a great hobby and a wonderful way for kids to learn about ecosystems. But fish tanks—like the creatures living inside them—require care and maintenance. The recommended fortnightly cleaning, however, is […] The post MOAI Robot Is a Roomba Vacuum For Your Aquarium appeared first on Geek.com.
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