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Fish Bridge Connects Two Aquariums; if Only Fish Were Smart Enough to Use it

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This sweet fish-tank setup features a gigantic water bridge that connects two tanks, allowing the fishy inhabitants to travel between the two habitats at their leisure. It was housed in the former Evanston, IL, coffee shop the Liquid Potion Lounge, and it was amazing. Sure, it's highly unlikely that the fish even realized that the bridge actually connected two things, but fish tanks don't exist for fishes' amusment: they exist for ours. And this one fits that bill just fine.

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kaisermachead
kaisermachead

If he wanted to make an elaborate setup for aquatic life such as this, he should've opted for an octopus. They would definitely use this. Unfortunately, you do have to seal off both connecting tanks as well, because they can fit in holes far smaller than themselves.