My Glofish's Eye Popped Out???
Hi! So, I have three little Glofish (Apple, Banana, and Peach) that live with four other fish, two painted glass tetras, a three-spot gourami, and a black and marbled angelfish. It's a fifteen gallon column tank, so everyone has enough room. It's relatively new, I just got the tank a few weeks ago, and the Glofish and tetras are the newest additions from about a week ago. I haven't had any problems before either. I just recently tested my water, and it's fine.
This morning, I got up to feed my fish, and Peach's left eye is almost completely out of his head! I don't think that he can see out of it or at least not very well because there's a translucent film over it. He swims in loose circles to see everything and still plays with the other Glofish. A few days ago, I thought that he had white spot on his fins, but they cleared up. Now there's just a few tiny ones on the gill flap around the affected eye. What's going on, and is it contagious?? I couldn't get a picture because he moves too fast. Thanks for your help! :}