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Can cherry shrimp live in ponds?

Asked: Tom Lures, Last Updated:

They can handle temps down to the 50's, and should be doing okay. Only issue would be... you can't really have fish in there, which might make mosquitos a problem. Maybe a couple of guppies would work though.

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