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Do shrimp eat their babies?

Asked: John Johannes, Last Updated:

Do shrimp eat their young? ... Macros are opportunistic hunters so they will eat any small shrimp, including their own young, if the opportunity arises. With lots of cover many young macros will survive in the same tank as their parents, but it's best to raise young macros in a separate tank from the adults.

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  • What should I season my fish with?

    Here Are Some Popular Seasoning Combinations For Fish

    • Lemon zest, rosemary, thyme, and garlic.
    • Capers, olives, lemon, and garlic.
    • Breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, dried Italian herbs.
    • Orange zest, garlic, and thyme marinade.
    • Dijon mustard and garlic.
    • Soy sauce, dijon mustard, and chile flakes.

  • Is fish paste bad?

    Per 100g fish paste appears to be rich in calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and niacin, BUT once again these values get pretty diluted if you eat only 1 teaspoon at a time.

  • Is there a boneless fish?

    All fish in this area is boneless. We've got a collection of fish fillets, steaks, misshapes and smoked fish. Whilst the best efforts have been made to remove 100% of the bones from these fish occasionally one small bone may slip through.

  • How do you clean giant prawns?

    Rinse the prawns in cold water. Put the prawns in a colander and rinse them in the sink with cold water. Use your hands to rinse each prawn individually. As you are rinsing, keep an eye out for any spoiled prawns that are discolored or slimy. Prawns should appear white or gray before cooking.

  • Is it illegal to take a sailfish out of the water?

    Federal regulations prohibit removing an Atlantic sailfish from the water before a release, National Marine Fisheries Service officials caution. "This is not something new," Randy Blankinship of NMFS' Highly Migratory Species Division said Wednesday.

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  • How healthy is fish paste?

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  • Is it safe to eat shrimp that was left out overnight?

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