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Do shrimps need special food?

Asked: Anthony Bergeron, Last Updated:

Dennerle Mineral: A special food for those who prefer to provide the necessary minerals for shrimp in oral form and not as dissolved compounds. The shrimp didn't go crazy for it, but ate the necessary amount.

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