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The Legend of Zelda Aquarium Doesn’t Come with Fish or Octoroks

by Lambert Varias
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Last year, we featured Kelsey Kronmiller’s Super Mario Bros. aquarium. She followed that one with another aquarium based on The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, which can now be your fish’s Water Temple.

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The 10gal. aquarium is decorated with a LEGO Master Sword and pedestal, decals and a background based on A Link to the Past as well as fake plants and gravel. It also comes with an LED-equipped hood, a 50w heater and a water filter.

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Kelsey is selling the aquarium because she doesn’t have room for it in her house. More importantly she needs every cent she can get to pay her student loan. You can purchase it on her Etsy shop for $999 (USD).

[via ThisIsWhyImBroke]

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