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Do fish die in Growtopia?

Asked: Capt Bill Lepree, Last Updated:

Players need to feed the fish appropriately to prevent overfeeding, causing the fish to die or become sick. If a fish is not properly fed, it can starve or die; however, they can be revived using a Fish Reviver.

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  • What happens if I eat old salmon?

    Spoiled salmon tends to host plenty of pathogens, such as bacteria and mold, which can cause awful health issues. Scombroid poisoning is a common type of food poisoning that results from high histamine intake. Symptoms of scombroid poisoning include a headache, blurred vision, itchiness, flushed skin, and diarrhea.

  • What triggers salmon to run?

    The salmon run is the time when salmon, which have migrated from the ocean, swim to the upper reaches of rivers where they spawn on gravel beds. After spawning, all Pacific salmon and most Atlantic salmon die, and the salmon life cycle starts over again. ... When they have matured, they return to the rivers to spawn.

  • Can microbubbles kill fish?

    micro bubbles in and of themselves will not kill fish... there are microbubbles in the natural environment and fish live just fine in tanks that have airstones.

  • Is the fish population decreasing?

    The global assessment, described as the first of its kind, found that populations of migratory freshwater fish have declined by 76 percent between 1970 and 2016—a higher rate of decline than both marine and terrestrial migratory species.

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  • What type of salmon tastes less fishy?

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  • Is freeze dried salmon cooked?

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