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Do snails eat shrimp poop?

Asked: Nick Powell, Last Updated:

When the shrimp leave something behind, snails will pick it up. They are a really good cleanup crew. Snails will eat decaying matter so if you have shrimp or fish poops sitting there rotting or shrimp food rotting or a plant rotting, they will eat that.

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