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Can Tiger shrimp live in freshwater?

Asked: Jens Bursell, Last Updated:

Tiger Shrimp is a freshwater shrimp that is native to the Asian continent and some are found in the Southern parts of China. Since its introduction into the aquarium hobby it has really gained a huge number of enthusiasts.

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