The Fish Bowl

Educate To Empower

A few months ago I purchased a beautiful red fish. It would glimmer as it slid around its bowl, constantly in motion. I loved to watch it. I would feed it every day, make sure that it was in clean water, and tried to give it the proper light. But I began to noticed that this fish would swim a little less vigorously, eat a little less, and look a little duller as time went by. I did everything I knew to do for it, but eventually it died. When I went to the pet store to ask why this had happened, they asked me how I was cleaning its tank, and how often. “The normal amount,” I said. How often can you clean them, anyways? The only thing they could tell me was that the way I was cleaning the tank was either too jarring to the fish or…

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