Why Do Fish Stay at Top of Tank?

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Fish tend to stay at the top of a tank due to lack of enough oxygen. This is an indication that the fish are gasping for breath. Improving water circulation could solve this problem.
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Betta are air breathers and feed on floating food in the wild, so they often hang around the top of a tank. They even sleep at the surface. If it stays at the top and doesn't move
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The term aquarium hobbyists use to describe the film that forms on the surface of aquarium water is biofilm. Biofilm is simply a thin film that forms as proteins build up on the surface
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It could be a problem with your water chemistry at first glance, bu...
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You're going give more information. 1.What type of fish is it? 2. How big is the aquarium? 3.What are your water parameters (including temperature) 4.Does your filter provide a lot
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