Why Is My Tropical Fish Tank Water Cloudy?

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Your tropical fish tank is cloudy because of a high concentration of bacteria in the water. Fish waste or uneaten fish food in the water normally provides nourishment for bacteria, which are floating in the water as well as feeding on the waste in the water. This bacteria normally cause signs of Stress and Disease in the fish.
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Your tropical fish aquarium could be cloudy because of a number of reasons. One of the reasons is that there could be sand and gravel substrates in the aquarium. The cloud could also be as a result of bacterial bloom. This usually happens if you add too many tropical fish at the same time.
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