What Fish Eat Shrimp?


There are several fish that eat shrimp. The only fish that really don't eat shrimp, or don't snack on them are algae eating fish. Some of the fish that do eat shrimp are plecos, tetras, guppies, endlers, rasboras, cory's, danios, and angel.
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At lease a few different kinds of fish eat shrimp: angel fish, and sting rays. But in all honesty, if the fish can fit the shrimp in it's mouth it will eat it. It almost doesn't matter what kind of fish.
Just about all types of fish eat shrimp. In fact, fisherman use shrimp as bait to catch all kinds of fish. Trout especially love to feast on shrimp.
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