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Should I leave dead shrimp in tank?

Asked: William Plante, Last Updated:

They are feeding on its shell to ingest its rich mineral makeup. When you see this happening it is okay to let the shrimp feed, however leaving the dead shrimp in your tank for very long can lead to an ammonia spike. ... Also, if it died, the fish might have eaten it as well.

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