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Do bettas like baby shrimp?

Asked: Eric Robidas, Last Updated:

Mine love them, but they're too big for them, even after soaking. Until I can get a bigger freezer, I break them in to small pieces and soak in tank water till soft. It makes me about throw up every time because I hate the smell of shrimp, but my guys love them.

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