Why Do Fish Stay at the Bottom of the Tank?

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Fish stay at the bottom of the tank because of high ammonia, nitrites and a low PH. Parasites, bullies and aggressive males may make some of your fish hide on the bottom of your goldfish aquarium. A malfunction in the swim bladder of your fish will also make it sit at the bottom of the aquarium.
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The fish has swim bladder disease. This can be helped, however not cured. I had the same problem with a fantail goldfish, this fish has been alive for three years with swim bladder,
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Hi Eileen; Wthout much to go on I really can't give you a definitive answer. I need info such as what kind of fish, what size tank, what is the water temperature, how long the tank
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When fish don't get oxygen, they suffocate. They go where they can find oxygen. Warm water on the surface contains less dissolved oxygen than the colder water on the bottom. Water
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Low oxygen, maybe its sick, contaminated water, such as high levels of ammonia or nitrate. Try changing your water (at least half of it) but try changing all of it. After changing
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