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kiran ekkatti
Age: 29
Chicago
I have a Fish Tank at home. My goldfish's fins are turning black at the ends. Not bumpy or ragged just black color. Is it ammonia burn?
I have a Fish Tank at home. My goldfish's fins are turning black at the ends. Not bumpy or ragged just black color. Is it ammonia burn? Answer Question


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1. Anisha Shinde  Monday, June 7, 2010 4:22 AM
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Nothing to worry sweety. Remember feed fish very small quantities of foods. They really don't need much to eat. Gravel wash and change 20% of the water weekly.

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2. mahendra gowda  Tuesday, June 1, 2010 9:53 PM
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Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if it were ammonia burns because goldfish are dirty fish and they excrete a lot of waste.If your tank's beneficial bacteria cannot handle that much amount of waste, it will eventually turn into ammonia.

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