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Aquarium Bed Lets you Sleep with the Fishes Every Night

by Conner Flynn
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Some fish lovers go all out with some pretty elaborate aquariums, but what if you never ever want to be apart from your fish. Well, you can always sleep with the fishes, and this aquarium bed is a pretty neat way to do that.

This 650 gallon fish tank that rests just above your head while you sleep. Is that comforting or not? I personally would never trust any 650 gallon tank above me ever, but that’s just me. This amazing tank was created by Acrylic Tank Manufacturing for Jamestown, North Carolina’s Furnitureland South and was featured on an episode of Animal Planet’s Tanked.

If you want one like this, it will cost you about $12,000 for the privilege of sleeping under this thing, but if you really love fish it is probably well worth it. You might finally find Nemo even.

[via Hi Consumption via Incredible Things via Geekologie]

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