World’s smallest aquarium is created by Russian miniature specialist Anatoly Konenko


I love having fishes in the house and watching them relaxes almost instantly. But they also need constant cleaning and care. If you don’t want the cleaning job, Russia-based miniature specialist Anatoly Konenko has just the thing you need! He has crafted a tiny glass tank, which is complete with small stones and plants and a set of miniature fishes swimming around. The tank, touted to be the smallest aquarium in the world, is 30mm wide, 24mm high and 14 mm deep that holds 10ml of water.


The artist uses a syringe to fill it up so that the delicately crafted landscape remains intact. Calling them ‘micro-miniatures’, the tank also spots a small fishing net to put in the fish fondly named baby Danios. Konenko already holds a Guinness World Record for the world’s smallest book. And like most of his other exclusive creations, the smallest aquarium in the world may also run up to about $100,000 or more.

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[DailyMail]