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Can you feed saltwater fish frozen shrimp?

Asked: Évelyne Dupuis, Last Updated:

When it is time to feed your fish, take the shrimp out of the freezer and use a fine mesh cheese grater or lemon zester to shave tiny slivers of the shrimp onto a plate or into a bowl. I keep a small cup that I use exclusively for thawing frozen foods near my aquarium.

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