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"I have an angel fish and tetra in a 35 gallon tank. About 6-12 months ago they stopped eating and didn't swim around as much as usual. I changed the filter and some of the water and they were fine after that. This time it isn't working; they started to swim around normally for one day (still didn't eat) and then it was back to quiet. There was no other signs of disease. I just moved the fish into a smaller tank in another room so I can completely clean out the big tank and when I did so, I noticed what looks like a small film in its eyes that I didn't see before, although I had checked the fish over carefully. Don't know if it's a new symptom, whether it's supposed to be there, or whether I just couldn't see it in the other room. I'm not sure how to treat this fish."

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