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Do Phantom tetras eat shrimp?

Asked: jane amber, Last Updated:

Tetras will definitely eat shrimp - I'm just saying that; given enough hiding spots (heavily planted foreground, forests of stems, moss patches attached to driftwood, etc) it can work.

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