This Dude Turns a Fish Tank Upside-Down in his Pond. Now Watch What The Fish do Inside…

I have never seen a fish pond with a cool feature like this before!

This man has made a very creative invention to make his Koi fish more comfortable in his garden pond and has created something that’s not only cool for the fish, but it’s also a really incredible feature to look at. The “tower” tank lets the fish swim up inside and look around.

This type of aquarium is sometimes called a “bottomless aquarium” or “antigravity aquarium”. The pillar of water in the tank wants to spill downward because of gravity but it can’t because of air pressure. But if you were to lift off the lid, the water would suddenly spill out and into the pond.

He says the aquarium did not need to be fixed at the bottom because of its weight. Without water, it is 110 pounds (50 kg). With water, it’s about 352 pounds (160 kg). The fish are free to come and go as they please and really seem to like it, crowding into the tower one on top of the other.

So cool, not only lets the fish see the yard, but lets you see the fish.

Don’t forget to share this amazing idea with your friends and family.

Here is a tutorial on how to build an inverted fish tank for your pond, watch the video down below…