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Sakura Cherry Shrimp

February 7, 2015

I have a 20 gallon aquarium that I’ve been starting a colony of Sakura Cherry Shrimp in for the past few months.  I started out with a meager 12 shrimps, mostly juveniles.  I have been feeding them Hikari shrimp chow nearly exclusively, and they have been growing and reproducing nicely.

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I’m not exactly sure how many I have now, but after dropping some pellets in the tank a few minutes ago, I can count 30 shrimp gathered around the pellets.  Not bad, right?

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