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If a fish dies whatever reason, it's not really unusual for tank mates, especially 'cleanup crew' type creatures, to make really quick work of the remains. It doesn't really give any clues as to the cause of death, but eating any dead fish they come across is natural behavior for many fish, and you can't really assume that they killed the clownfish in this ...


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As a practice, and to train your fish to know when food is going to be dropped, you should turn off the filter, skimmer, and all equipment which makes noise or bubbles, or any kind of water activity. Turning off wave makers while feeding fish, is not advised if you have corals (just my opinion). Then feed the fish by dropping the food into the water. After a ...


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The answer is pretty simple: Turn off the filters/water flowing for a short period of time.


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