Knitted aquarium goes on display in Aintree

It is possible to walk through the aquarium without wetting your feet

A three-dimensional knitted aquarium has gone on display on Merseyside.

The feature called Above and Below the Waves, which includes a tunnel people can walk through, is on display at Aintree race course.

It was created by knitters from across the country, in aid of the RNLI's Train One - Save Many Campaign.

It includes knitted starfish, jellyfish, mermaids and fishermen. There is also a yellow submarine in honour of the Beatles.

The aquarium is one of 150 hobbeycraft displays at the race course from Friday until Sunday.

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