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I think the main problems could be a very algae infested tank (nyrites recently got rid of it) if that can cause it, or possibly a powder people at the pet store told her to put in it. It gave the top a look that reminded me of oil in a puddle.Aqua Hero said:The best way to cure this IMO is to prevent it from happening in the first place. This tends to occur when a tank is very dirty and hasn't been maintained properly
There is a filter, and she does water changes of about a quarter of the water. I have no ways to test itAquaphobia said:The way her gills are extended makes me think she's suffocating. Can you test your friend's water? Do you know how often she changes the water? Is there a filter on the tank?