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Why do fish go deep water during daylight?

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During Daylight water at the surfaces gets warm, and the dissolved oxygen present in them is almost lost or evaporated. Thus in order to sustain the life, fishes go deep inside the water where the temperature of the water is also normal, and they get enough oxygen.


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