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Why do fish die after cleaning tank?

Asked: William Plante, Last Updated:

Because the fish live in the water, and the changes happen slowly, they adjust to it. When a sudden, large water change occurs, it causes such a drastic shift in the makeup of the water that the fish often cannot tolerate it and they die.

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