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well my neighbor started burning this big pile of dried leaves while i was out, I left all my windows open and I got home a lot smoke has entered my house. I noticed when I fed the fish that the surface of the water was a bit slimy. Is that the effect of the smoke? and can the smoke enter the aquarium water? Need help im worried that my fish might die
 

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Good morning,

I wouldn't worry too much about the smoke from your neighbors fire. I doubt it was in there long enough to do any real harm. As for the slime, it's usually caused due to the fact there isn't a great deal of surface water movement. You could try placing an air supply line/air stone on the opposite end of the tank (not next to your filter). This will cause surface movement on both ends of the tank.

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ok thank, that's what i did i just added an air line
 

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