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Old 09-04-2008, 08:30 PM   #1
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Raising Brine shrimp

We're thinking of tring to raise some Brine shrimp to adult hood to feed our clowns. Any hints or suggestions on how to or just feed the baby hatched ones?

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Baby brine are better for your fish then then adults. Here is a link with lots of info as well as how to hatch that may help you out.

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brine shrimp, rim, shrimp

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