World Alive’s Hatch-and-Grow Science Kit Line Enlists Help Of Leading Crowdfunding Site Kickstarter To Launch Its Aqua Dragons Into Space

Following great early success, the creators are excited to embark on an out-of-this-world experience and fly 13.8 million Aqua Dragons eggs on an unmanned flight into the outermost stratospheres of the planet. World Alive is looking to raise $50,000 to support its space mission and have already reached 50% of their goal on Kickstarter (

 “I have been in love with these crustaceous aquatic pets since I first received one 14 years ago, and I know that sending the Aqua Dragons into Space will make these little critters all the more interesting,” says Amy Holden, founder, product innovator and developer of Aqua Dragons. “My hope is that children and their parents will be as fascinated with the Aqua Dragons in Space and as excited as I am about collaborating in creating the world’s first out-of-this-world pets.”

Aqua Dragons are a unique kind of crustacean called Artemia, that have a biological process called Diapause that allows them to hibernate, hatching once in contact with water. Hatching and growing Aqua Dragons helps children learn about caring for a living creature and being responsible as it pertains to feeding and how to treat live animals with respect instead of as a science experiment. Kids will also learn about science, anatomy, biology, marine biology and even history and geography through playtime with their Aqua Dragons.

The goal of the Kickstarter campaign is to raise $50,000 to launch a payload full of 13.8 million Aqua Dragons into Space, record video footage of the flight, and then package these Space eggs into a new range of Aqua Dragons kits known as Aqua Dragons Live Astro Pets. There are also higher-priced packages available that will allow you to send a personal belonging into Space with the eggs or even meet an astronaut!

For more information about World Alive’s Aqua Dragons, visit or connect with them on social media; Facebook @AquaDragonsWA, Twitter @AquaDragons and Instagram @AquaDragons.

Chelsea Kapotes 
Southard Freeman Communications
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