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Fish spend most of their time underwater, never seeing how life looks like on the surface.
One man, Youtube user Luxusburger, has given them a change of scenery by building a stand out of aluminum pipes to support an inverted fish tank.
As seen in his video, the tank - a Nano Cube from Dennerle - is perched on the stand, and air is removed from it via a vacuum pump so that water can rush in. Once the water has fully filled the tank, the fish quickly swim in.
Luxusburg says in a comment:
“Normally as soon as the sun is warming the cube, (the fish) are there, and not for a short time, they stay for hours.”
Watch the video below.