Aquatic habitat extension device and feeding apparatus therefor 

Patent No. 6,378,457 

Issued: April 30, 2002 

Inventor:  Themar; Charles E. (2112 Mayfield Cir., Corinth, TX 76206) 


To increase the occasions when fish or other aquatic animals enter an aquatic habitat extension device, a feed delivery system delivers feed through the entryway and releases it so that it floats up to an air pocket trapped in the upper portion of an aquatic habitat extension device. The delivery system employs a feeding mechanism that releases feed into the transparent habitat structure. The feeding mechanism is delivered to the habitat either through the use of a feeding pole or feeding platform. 


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