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How long do red cherry shrimp live?

Asked: Adam Davies, Last Updated:

1-2 years Red Cherry Shrimp Characteristics They prefer clean water with a ph of 6.5-8.0, and a rough temperature of 14-30 degrees C (57-86), most comfortable at a moderate room temperature of about 72 degrees. They are omnivores and typically live 1-2 years under ideal conditions.

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