How to breed brine shrimp, what is the salt gauge of the water?

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Breeding brine shrimp is an enjoyable process. You will have your very own Sea Monkeys this way. They are not hard to breed and like murky water to live in. They don't eat much either. This is a fun hobby to learn about.
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it's 3 tablespoons (45mL) of salt per liter of water so 9 tablespoons (135 mL) per gallon. so a little bit more than a half cup per gallon.
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You will need 150 ml of distilled water and
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Don't use rock salt, it might kill them. You need the proper salt I'm afraid. It's called Sea salt, or Ocean salt, and if you don't have it around the house, you're going to have
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There is a tiny bit of clay in table salt. It's harmless to fish and people of course, but because it is so finely ground and very dry, it can cloud the water unless it runs through
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