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Answer Green water in aquariums is caused by an explosion in population of a unicellular form of algae called, quite fittingly, green algae. This microscopic type of algae can reproduce extremely quickly,... Read More »
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How to Get Rid of Cloudy Water in Fish Tanks?

A home aquarium is a great way to display your pet fish and create an attractive piece of home décor. Unfortunately, sometimes the water in your tank can get dingy and cloudy. Cloudy water is caus... Read More »
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