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Old 03-23-2006, 10:57 AM   #1
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Hatch n' feeder/Brine shrimp Corral

Quick ?, would this product work for puffers/lions? http://www.animalworldnetwork.com/noname5.html
If so, how often do you replace the eggs? Has anyone used these?

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Puffers and lions won't bother with something as small as a brine shrimp. That and brine shrimp or nutritionally lacking.
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Is there any type of "feeder" similar to that? I'm still new at this (two months) and am not ready to add them yet. I want to get a few more water changes under my belt befor adding more fish.

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I have no puffer experience but lions will eat cocktail shrimp. Cut it into appropriate pieces and feed it on a feeding stick. Most lions are pretty easy to train to take prepared foods and this is suggested over live. The puffer I would offer the same but I'd also offer mussels or clams as well for them to crack open to help trim down their teeth.
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