Why Does My Goldfish Float Upside at the Bottom of the Tank?

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When a goldfish floats upside down at the bottom of the tank, it can be a symptom of Swim Bladder Disorder. This disorder has symptoms like loss of balance: swims awkwardly, upside down, keeps floating or stinking. The cause can be mostly diet-related, improper water conditions, wounds or diseased internal organs.
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