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How much does 1 tiger prawn weigh?

Asked: Derek Fisher, Last Updated:

Size (length and weight): Usually 11‑20 cm in length and 35‑50 grams. Grooved tiger prawns are slightly smaller than brown tiger prawns. Females grow larger than males.

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