How Do Shrimp Move?


Shrimp cannot swim, they move by pulling it's abdomen towards it's body. This motion propels them through the water but because of their shape, it also makes them move backwards. You can find more information here:
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Shrimp do not have fins to they quickly pull their abdomens inwards. This cause the shrimp to propel in the water. However, this causes them to propel backwards.
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Shrimp move by swimming backwards very fast. They are found all over the world in both fresh and salt water. Shrimp are caught and eaten by humans.
I think they move by their tails and their legs but im not
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Get some Danois good starter fish.
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