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How bad is shrimp while pregnant?

Asked: Michaël Guy, Last Updated:

Shrimp contain low levels of mercury; they also are low in fat content and high in protein, making them a healthy choice for pregnant mothers. Research suggests eating between 8 and 12 ounces of shellfish or fish per week, which is two or three meals.

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    Unlike plants, fish do not have a biological need for light, so they require less. Natural sunlight at noon has a rating of 5500 Kelvin. How long should I keep my aquarium lights on? ... Another option is to leave the lights off while at work and have them on when at home.

  • Do Cory Catfish eat their babies?

    They're certainly capable of eating their own eggs or wrigglers. The eggs hatch in three to five days depending on the temperature and species. The tiny wrigglers (with yolk-sac attached) can be observed on the aquarium bottom.

  • Why do carp die after spawning?

    There is no proof that spawning itself can cause carp to die but carp can be weaker during or after spawning, therefore they may be more susceptible and less resilient to changes in their environment such as oxygen depletion in the water, or a potential algae bloom which could be detrimental to the carps health.

  • What is the best fish food for guppies?

    Brine shrimp is the number one food for guppies, especially if they are feed live to your fish. Brine shrimp has a 60% protein content and around 25% fat and carbohydrates. A high level of protein, fat and carbohydrates will allow your guppy fry grow bigger and faster. Adult are also love consuming brine shrimp.

  • How big is a normal sized shrimp?

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