Quarantine tank

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A quarantine tank is a tank that is used to quarantine new fish or other organisms that are later intended to be introduced into another, primary aquarium.[1] Quarantine tanks can also serve as "hospital tanks", where sick or injured fish are taken from the main aquarium and given treatment. Quarantining a fish can help stop the spread of a contagious disease, such as Ichthyophthirius multifiliis.

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  1. ^ Is It Really Necessary To Use A Quarantine Tank?, by Stan & Debbie Hauter, About.com

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