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Old 10-05-2011, 07:54 PM   #61
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Here's a couple of my yellow shrimp. I just thinned the herd. Still have about 100 or so left swimming around the twenty gallon tank. They sure are fast reproducing little buggers
They looks great! I have never seen those before!
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Here's a couple of my yellow shrimp. I just thinned the herd. Still have about 100 or so left swimming around the twenty gallon tank. They sure are fast reproducing little buggers
Those are awesome! I hope you thinned the herd by selling some. I bet people would love to buy such cute little buggers.
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Absolutely! I take them to my monthly fish club meetings and people buy them up.
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This is my cleaner shrimp that I have had for a few months now! He is so desperate to clean the other fish I have in my tank
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This is my cleaner shrimp that I have had for a few months now! He is so desperate to clean the other fish I have in my tank
Very nice picture! I love Cleaner Shrimp!
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Is a Cleaner Shrimp the type that Jacques from Finding Nemo is??
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Old 10-09-2011, 07:19 PM   #67
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Is a Cleaner Shrimp the type that Jacques from Finding Nemo is??
Yes!!! I love it when he comes out and spins Nemo, lol.
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He has taken to cleaning my hand whenever I am in the tank working on stuff, Just about scared the crap out of me the first time he did it
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My cleaner. He/she loves finding lil treats I hide in my hand (bits of food) - I usually do that once a week... Really tickled at first! lol
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The bottom side of my Bamboo Shrimp haha
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