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Can shrimp live on algae alone?

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Shrimp can survive on algae alone, so crank up the lights and leave it on 12 hrs a day for algae build up.

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    Salmon eggs are the top choice for bait, although sand shrimp are very popular for chinook salmon. Some anglers like to fish both at the same time. Marabou jigs (Photo 10) can be used instead of bait and can be especially effective on pink salmon, or other salmon when the water is very low and clear.

  • Why is black tiger shrimp expensive?

    The smaller ones like the one in the photo cost around $23/kg (expensive this year due to lack of supply because of virus affecting the farms) and they can mostly be found at the supermarkets.

  • Why did my fish die after changing water?

    Ammonia and Nitrite poisoning harm the gills of fish, which leads to respiratory stress. This may be the reason you're seeing your fish dying and gasping at the top or the bottom of the tank, right after a water change.

  • Can you eat cooked shrimp straight from the bag?

    1 Answer. The frozen pre-cooked shrimp are of course safe to eat if they come from a reputable source. You may wish to cook them a little bit to heat them up to service temperature, and integrate them with a sauce or spices or so on, but you could just peel and eat them if you wanted to.

  • Is coconut shrimp healthy?

    Robin puts a healthy spin on coconut shrimp for less than 200 calories per serving. A restaurant favorite, coconut shrimp is sweet, crunchy and almost always deep-fried—hence its deliciousness. Next time you're tempted to order it, consider this: ONE coconut shrimp contains 126 calories and over 7 grams of fat.

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