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Are loaches shrimp safe?

Asked: Andrew Mosher, Last Updated:

Yoyos are fine at the high temperatures that Discus need, but are not a 'shrimp safe' Loach. Any fish with a big enough mouth may eat shrimp. Usually shrimp are kept with small fish like the smaller Tetras, Rasboras and similar fish.

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