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The Kori no Suizokukan aquarium, located in Kesennuma, Japan, is a little different than your standard, now-boring aquariums: It’s inhabitants are frozen in blocks of ice. The aquarium features around 450 specimens (which are flash frozen as they are unloaded at Kesennuma’s port) displayed under a moody blue light. The temperature inside the aquarium is a crisp five degrees Fahrenheit, so visitors should probably wear a jacket.

(via Weird Asia News)

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