Why is my fish's back bent?
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People also ask, what causes bent spine in fish?
It can be noticed as a curvature in the spine when the fish is viewed from above or the side. A bent spine in guppies is almost always the result of either scoliosis or fish tuberculosis, and it's an untreatable condition that often requires euthanasia of sick fish.
Subsequently, question is, can you break a fish's back? One such bone and muscle disorder is Broken Back Disease, which is typically due to a vitamin C deficiency. This disease will literally bend the fish's backbone. However, injuries are sometimes the cause of an abnormal backbone. However, there is no treatment for this particular bone and muscle disorder.
Likewise, people ask, why is my fish deformed?
Deformed spines are usually caused from poor water quality. It would be good for her to have her water tested. Ammonia and nitrItes should be 0 and nitrAtes should be below 40ppm. Vitamin & mineral deficiencies can also cause it.
Why is my guppies tail bent?
No guppies need heag at all times. And probably the reason why the guppy's tail is bent is because there is no heat, no filter. And they are in stress due to it.