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Can axolotls eat freeze dried shrimp?

Asked: Ian Charles, Last Updated:

While baby axolotls eat live hatchlings from a brine shrimp egg, adults axolotls can be fed with frozen brine shrimp. They are another cheap alternative food for axolotls but can get really messy when feeding them.

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