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Is my Amano shrimp dead?

Asked: Glen Gdanski, Last Updated:

When an Amano Shrimp dies it will turn bright orange. Other shrimp or snails may start eating its shell to ingest its minerals. But after they appear done with it, its a good idea to remove the dead shrimp from the tank as to avoid Ammonia Spikes.

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