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Old 12-20-2015, 08:43 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by PB_Smith View Post
any documentation about that?
I've read articles on "stunting" which say it is a true phenomena and some that say it isn't. I'm in the camp that thinks it is true. If they don't stop growing, I feel that they don't develop properly.

Regardless, it usually ends up being fatal to the animal in the end. A porcupine puffer in a 75 gallon is too small.

Originally Posted by Sniperhank View Post
That and there is little to no nutritional value in krill and cocktail shrimp.

If you say shrimp and krill are not nutritious, what foods do you feel are good?

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