What Do Ghost Shrimp Eat?

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Ghost shrimp walk along the bottom of plants collecting small food particles which become their main source of food. Because they are transparent, it is possible to see the food in their stomach after they have eaten.
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Ghost shrimp are scavengers. They are really good at eating the food left over from the fish. A diet of flake food is fine but they will also accept frozen foods like bloodworms. You can find more information here: http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/inv/ghostshrimp.php
If you're interested in keeping Ghost shrimp in an aquarium, you're probably wondering what do they eat. These shrimp will eat most foods that you feed your fish. they eat flake food, and frozen fish food as well.
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Ghost Shrimp are bottom feeders with means that they eat pretty much whatever then can find on the ocean floor. They may eat small bits of another animals leftover food or bits of
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a lionfish will usually eat ghost shrimp, and other kinds of shrimp.
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1. Pick a ghost shrimp out of your bait bucket. Pull the tail off the main body of the shrimp. 2. Push the tail of the shrimp onto the fish hook so the barbed hook enters in the front
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