What Do Freshwater Shrimp Eat?

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The greatest predator of fresh water shrimps is trout. They also form part of the diet of fish such as newts, damselfly nymph, dragon fly nymph, eels, newt tadpole, trout fry, stickle backs, water boatmen and salmon fry's.
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They drink water! They do drink water. BUT. Freshwater Shrimps are omnivores and detritivores (They eat dead plants at the bottom of the pond)
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1. Prepare the shrimp. Freshwater shrimp are very soft in texture and they have very little natural flavor. In order to make the most of these shrimp, place the shrimp in the large
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While adult shrimps are quite safe from small fishes, any baby shrimps will likely end up as a nice snack. But if you have a large enough tank that is planted or has enough hiding
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1. Get your shrimp. Buy it in a box from anywhere like Wal-Mart. Ad. 2. Cook your shrimp. Follow the instructions on the box to cook your shrimp, or follow the recipe in the video
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Some of the foods that can be eaten by a freshwater shrimp include: algae, frozen kale and collard greens. They moult their exoskeleton every few months as they grow larger and their old exoskeletons become small.
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