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    Anatoly Konenko is a Siberian craftsman that is responsible for the smallest aquarium in the world. It is so small that it’s only 30 x 24 x 14 mm and it about contains 10 ml of water. It’s obvious that normal fish can’t fit in it, so it’s made exclusively for small baby fish that has enough room to swim around in it.

    This is the world's smallest working aquarium, which holds just two tea spoons of water. The miniature wonder, which is made of glass and measures just 30 mm. wide by 24 mm. high and 14 mm. deep, can be held in the palm of your hand. It is so small there is only room for these tiny zebra fish.

    Tiny Fishtank by Anatoly Konenko holds 10ml of water and 2 baby Danios fish! #Fish_Tank #Anatoly_Konenko

    This tutorial will show you how to make a chandelier for your dollhouse using a printable from Jim's Printable Minis and scrap wood. More free...

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    World's smallest manicure set from Siberia was made by Anatoly Konenko, 59, with a help of his son Stanislav,

    mini planted aquarium. Very nice cube aquarium.

    The 24 Hour Light Cycle Aquarium | This is the aquarium that replicates the brightness and progression of sunlight, providing fish with a more natural, healthier habitat. Unlike the abrupt, glaring lights found on most aquariums, this model's LED gradually brightens and dims in sync with a 24-hour timer, mimicking the effects of the rising and setting sun. At night, the LED produces a warm blue hue, replicating moonlight.

    When you’re working in an office with tiny workspaces and when you’re surrounded by nothing but concrete walls and artificial lights, even the slightest element that doesn’t fall into the same category would be like a breath of fresh air. This office features a very nice balance between natural and artificial elements. The giant fish tank separates the work spaces and provides the workers with something and relaxing to look at.