Why Are My Fish Swimming at the Top of the Tank?

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If your fish is swimming at the top of the tank there is a possibility it is suffering from swim bladder disease. It floats on top of the tank because of problems with buoyancy. It has a bloated look to it when sighted from above as well. It is advisable to seek veterinary advice as soon as possible.
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