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Old 08-14-2012, 03:12 AM   #21
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I love my cleaner shrimp!!! He's so interested in anything I'm doing. My son had his hand in tank putting seaweed in there and Jacques came runnin over and jumped on his hand and started to clean the small cut he had on his hand!!!! It surprised my son cuz he wasn't paying any attention to the cleaner shrimp, but I told him thats his job, to pick off dead tissue and bacteria. The cleaner shrimp will take the food directly from he end of the turkey baster, he's not afraid of it at all!! I put it right up to his "hands" and he takes it and shoves it in his mouth. It's really cute. And my strawberry crab hasn't bothered him at all. The fish let him clean them sometimes too!! He's not just for cleaning us!! Lol

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