Thursday, April 21, 2011

the world’s smallest aquarium


Artists experts Thumbnail Anatoly Konenko, originating from the Siberian city of Omsk, has built the world’s smallest aquarium.
A glass cube measuring 30mm X 24mm X 14 mm, complete with sand, colorful stones and seaweed can contain 10 ml of water and home to play for small fish.
Mini-aquarium even equipped with water purification filters. He makes it takes about two weeks.

 Anatoly Konenko has berekecimpung in micro-miniature world of art for 30 years. He writes on the rice grains, poppy seeds and even human hair. In 2002, micro-sized book of less than 1 mm square into the Guinness Book of Records.
His achievement last one until now is the smallest mouse trap that ever really works, with a size of 6mm x 3mm.
Micro-miniature works of others including the violin for the locusts, a camel caravan that fit within the eye of a needle, a letter written to the hair, a zoo that balances on the wings of dragonflies and the most amazing view of all this is about the size of a miniature Eiffel tower antennae of mosquitoes.

 If you are interested to see the unique miniature works of others from Anatoly Konenko, please visit the official website at


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