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    Hi, i have a coldwater paradise fish who shares a 60 litre tank with a yellow goldfish, shebunkin and a loach, i had an albeno paradise fish (also cold water) but she died about a week ago :-( but my other paradise fish seems very quiet and doesn't swim much, doesn't eat and is also losing his colour, how can i help him? will a companion help him??? please help!! thank you x

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    First off, welcome to the forum.

    The last thing you should do is add any more fish. Goldfish are huge waste producers and can get quite large, as do loaches, so they do not belong in such a small tank. Do you have any test kits to test your water parameters such as ammonia and nitrate? If you want to keep a healthy tank, you need to stock it appropriately. If possible, I would suggest either finding a new home for the goldfish and loach or upgrading to a larger tank. There are plenty of experienced people on this site to guide you in the right direction so I hope you visit often and enjoy the forum. Good luck.

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