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Old 01-27-2013, 03:49 PM   #1
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Sexy shrimps not moving very much

My friend has two sexy shrimps in a 19litre tank with corals, two snails, live rock and a Pom Pom crab. The sexy shrimps used to move their bodies constantly and they don't seem to do that so much anymore. They are almost still.

She feeds them frozen shrimp once a week, coral and shrimp food (pellets) every other day. She also drops in some algae twice a week. Water levels are all spot on.

Does anyone know if it is normal for them not to be moving very much? Are they over feeding maybe?
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