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Old 06-05-2008, 10:53 AM   #31
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Here is a stupid question, this colony of ghost shrimp, we grow this inside the fish tank or in a seperate tank? I was thinking of something I can just go to the LFS and buy outof the refrig.
Whenever you're breeding fish or shrimp to feed to other fish, you need to keep them in a separate aquarium. Otherwise the entire population would probably get eaten all at once.

Frozen foods certainly could be another option for a treat food.
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