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Old 07-12-2009, 04:18 PM   #1
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Sillly shrimp question????

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anyone got ideas as to why shrimp like to hang upside down?

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They probably just do what is necessary to get to the food.
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I cant give you an answer. I just know mine always does.
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Yeah I have 2 and they are usually upside down too.
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it's lower back pain therapy.
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IMO it's a hunting posture.
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It's a combo of feeding, protection, hiding and waiting for food.
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