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Old 03-19-2010, 06:54 PM   #1
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Are sea monkeys saltwater shrimp?

Are sea monkeys saltwater shrimp? or do they have freshwater ones?
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Old 03-19-2010, 08:16 PM   #2
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"Seamonkeys" are Brine Shrimp. They can live in either i think? Im not 100% sure.
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"Seamonkeys" are Brine Shrimp.
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Nice link mfd! That's a long, detailed, and informative read right there.
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They're marine.. NOT FW..
I made a move with my seamonkeys from the 10oz. little plastic tank to a gallon setup.. Just mixed the instant ocean with distilled, used aqueon water conditioner... made it like 1.022...
Thought they might bite the dust cause the Seamonkey company who has the rights to the genetic engineered ones say "omg don't do anything other than buy our products for them or they'll die!!"

Well, after the move, the whole system took off like a bat outta ****...

3 different males were mating with 3 different females...
After that was done some more babies showed up..
And then they were mating again, EVEN WHILE the egg sacs were clearly visible..
Double mating? lol

It was an aquatic orgy for days...
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A little crude.. but still made me laugh.
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They're marine.. NOT FW..
I made a move with my seamonkeys from the 10oz. little plastic tank to a gallon setup.. Just mixed the instant ocean with distilled, used aqueon water conditioner... made it like 1.022...
Thought they might bite the dust cause the Seamonkey company who has the rights to the genetic engineered ones say "omg don't do anything other than buy our products for them or they'll die!!"

Well, after the move, the whole system took off like a bat outta ****...

3 different males were mating with 3 different females...
After that was done some more babies showed up..
And then they were mating again, EVEN WHILE the egg sacs were clearly visible..
Double mating? lol

It was an aquatic orgy for days...
ROFL hahahaha
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