Have you see the world's biggest home aquarium ever? Jack Heathcote a Britain fish fans turns his cellar into the biggest home aquarium, Jack created a private underwater world in the basement of his five-bedroom home, filled with exotic species usually only seen in such far-flung corners of the world as the Amazon and Congo. He has two chainsaw doradids, three 2ft long Pacus, some Pangasius, a Red tail hybrid catfish, two alligator gars, eight enormous stingrays and two Fly River turtles. They will soon be joined by two silver arowanas, which are more commonly found in the Amazon River Basin.
The tropical haven, complete with viewing window, lies directly underneath the living room of Jack's red-brick Edwardian property. And at 12ft 6in x 12ft 8in x 7ft, it is the same size as the room above. See also this Aquavista Panoramic Wall Mounted Aquarium.
Jack paid just £700 for the glass panels and £800 for the fibreglass lining, adding that the tank cost him £5,000 in total to build. He has also stuck to simple decoration in the tank, which includes large, smooth boulders along with the branches of a damson tree which he chopped in half. Nice work jack now you don't need to go to the seaworld just to see the beauty of the underwater species.
Here's the picture of Jack's Home Aquarium which is now recognized as the Britain's Biggest Home Aquarium
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