The first five places on this list must go to Takashi Amano. He is a photographer, designer and a pioneer in aquascaping.
The Labyrinth Aquarium is the gerbil cage of aquariums.
This Jellyfish Aquarium made the list not because of the aquarium, but because keeping jellyfish as a pet is extreme. Jellyfish are fragile so the aquariums must be designed with special care to keep them from being killed by the filtration. This aquarium is an awesome 2011 kickstarter project.
The Fish Highway allows fish to travel from one tank to another across an entire room.
The Fish N’ Flush is a kit to replace your toilet bowl with a fish bowl. The company that originally designed the Fish N’ Flush only made 2,000 so if you want one you’ll have to get lucky on eBay.
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Pieter van Suijlekom’s reef aquarium won Tank of the Month in February 2006.
Zero Edge aquariums have no lid on them. Instead the water overflows into a special basin that filters and recycles the water from the bottom. With no visible hoses or filtration equipment, this aquarium is the closest you can come to snorkeling in your living room.
David Saxby’s tank is famous among aquarists. His tank has been featured in magazines and on television and it is easy to see why.
This aquarium brings a new meaning to the phrase swimming around in circles.
The Spacearium is a hanging aquarium that comes in 55 gallon up to 75 gallon sizes.
Another aquarium from opulent items. This is a great aquarium if space is limited or you are just looking for a good conversation starter.
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Created by Russian artist Anatoly Konenko, this tank only holds 10ml of water.
The AquaDom is located inside the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, Germany. The center of this 1 million gallon aquatic cylinder contains a glass elevator allowing visitors 360 degrees of fish viewing.
The rooms for this hotel will be located completely underwater. Essentially, by staying here, you’ll be in the aquarium.
Located in Monterey, California, the Monterey Bay Aquarium contains one of the largest single-paned windows on its 1.2 million gallon aquarium.
Valencia is home to the largest aquarium in Europe holding 1.85 million gallons and over 45,000 marine creatures.
The world’s largest aquarium is located in Alanta, Georgia. This one aquarium holds six million gallons and is one of the few aquariums in the world capable of housing whale sharks and manta rays.
This aquarium is only the second largest aquarium in the world, but the video is by far the best video of an aquarium on youtube with nearly 9 millions views.