It is a good practice and important to take a few moments to look at your aquarium tank everyday.
Did every fish get to eat something today? Some may be picky about the type of food they will eat, or some are bullied during meal times.
Are there any fishes in the tank behaving or swimming abnormally? It takes some experience to determine what is "normal" for each type of fish.
Does the fishes in the tank appear to get along? There can be compatibility problems even for a tank that is full with so called "community fishes" when living in the same environment. Some fishes may show signs of dominance or aggressive behaviour.
Observe the water in the tank to ensure that it is not cloudy; does not have foul odour, and that nothing out of the norm is floating around
Plants - If you keep live plants in your fish tank, be sure that any dead leaves are removed and excess plant growth is trimmed.
Algae - Using an algae magnet or scraper, clean off algae from surfaces of the fish tank as well as decorations
Lastly, do you observe any fishes with torn fins, discolouration, white spots, red blotches or other signs of disease?
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