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Can ghost shrimp live with crayfish?

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It is not advisable to keep them together with shrimps, since shrimps may be considered a welcomed snack. Plants are not eaten, therefore you can keep dwarf crayfish in planted aquariums. Their lifetime is between 1.5 to 2 years.

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