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Can you have shrimp and catfish?

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The Otocinclus Catfish is the only fish we know of that is not likely to eat shrimp fry. ... For example, small or large Amano Shrimp would be fine to keep with small Glass Catfish, but small amano shrimp would not be safe with full-grown 4-6” glass catfish.

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    SPECIESMONKFISH
    MERCURY CONCENTRATION MEDIAN (PPM)0.139
    MERCURY CONCENTRATION STDEV (PPM)0.095
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