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.
Soon as they grow up they are replaced to a bigger aquarium. It is filled up with beautiful and colorful stones and some sand.
To keep the water healthy and clean the aquarium contains a water purification filter, which is unbelievable how they got room to fit it in.
Anatoly Konenko has been working with baby fish since forever, and has always been interested in detailed miniature work like writing on rice grains. Speaking of small stuff, this post office is the world’s smallest, located in San Francisco, and it works like a normal postal service would do.