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Old 07-22-2015, 11:33 AM   #1
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Found a baby bamboo shrimp in my tank!!how do i keep him alive?

Hey guys,so,i was cleaning my tank yesterday and after removing all the ornaments,filter etc i sow something moving in the water..wow,it was a baby shrimp..i've had a bamboo shrimp for about 2 weeks now and never though it would have babies!
Think is,how do i keep him alive???also,got a siamese fighter on the tank,is it any dangerous for the baby shrimp?

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Old 07-23-2015, 03:24 PM   #2
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That baby bamboo shrimp is actually a cherry shrimp

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Cherry shrimp??so the bamboo shrimps give birth cherry shrimp???


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Nonononono. You had a hitch hiker, the bamboo shrimp didn't give birth
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Betta might eat him or kill him trying. Cherry Shrimp. Lucky. Awesome little critters.
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It looks so small compared to the bamboo. When I first noticed the bamboo I was like "whoa". Also cherry shrimp breed easily, so if you get a few more then you could have a colony going.
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