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Kori no Suizokukan, the Frozen Aquarium in Japan

Kori no Suizokukan is an aquarium in Japan with a twist – all the tanks and fish are frozen rock solid.

Fish and other sea creatures are frozen into solid cubes with a technique called flash freezing before being placed in the aquarium. Flash-freezing allows the specimens to look lifelike for longer.

The aquarium is kept at extremely low temperatures. Certain areas are kept at an icy -20 degrees Celsius. Visitors have to wear special suits to keep them warm.




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