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Should cleaner shrimp be kept in pairs?

Asked: Tyler Carlson, Last Updated:

Anyone looking to breed cleaner shrimps – or regularly spawn shrimp larvae to serve as natural zooplankton for their corals/fish – only needs to place two shrimps together in the same tank. However, if you place more than two cleaner shrimps in the same tank, the situation can get ugly.

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