Aquarium enthusiast Eli Fruchter from Haifa, Israel doesn’t need to visit a tropical island to see beautiful coral reefs, he just hops into his own living room. That’s right, he’s built the world’s largest home reef aquarium, one that holds a 30,000-liters of water, and it’s home to 150 tropical fish of 30 different species, as well as a variety of rainbow corals. The tank was designed to replicate the reef’s natural environment, which enables some of its inhabitants to grow to a size usually only reached out in the wild. To ensure everything remains in homestasis, Eli Fruchter drives a modified golf cart from his home to the nearby shore of the Mediterranean on a weekly basis, and fills it up with 1,000-liters of fresh seawater. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of blacksmiths using a 5-story hammer to forge a flange in the street.