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How do I know if my clownfish is happy?

Asked: Brady Mathews, Last Updated:

They should have vibrant color, should eat when fed, fins should be up and not shredded, slime coat should be intact and not look like it is coming off. Pretty much what you would look for on any fish. Since you still have time while your tank cycles, visit several stores and just look at the fish in the stores.

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