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Do fish get lonely if one dies?

Asked: Carla Foster, Last Updated:

No, fish don't really get lonely. Unlike humans, these animals don't have very strong emotions or feelings. However, whether your fish will be happy alone or not depends on the breed. Some fish can get stressed if kept alone for too long, and stressed fish die very quickly.

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    Snails eat algae and organic debris, and they are beneficial to the overall health and balance of an aquarium. Some species are attractive and interesting to observe, and many hobbyists value them as pets just like fish.

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