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How long does it take for a buried fish to decompose?

Asked: Big O (Owen), Last Updated:

For the whole dead body to be gone maybe 7 to 10 days. alot will depend on how long your tank has been established. If over 6 months you should not get an ammonia spike from that size of fish.

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