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Why did all my shrimp disappeared?

Asked: David Trudel, Last Updated:

The shrimps get stressed due to the shipping, being in a newer environment, seeing new tank mates, etc. As a result, new shrimps tend to hide very carefully for the first couple of days. It gives them the time to get adjusted to their new home. So, if you can't find the shrimps you just bought, relax.

FAQ

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    Examples of GH and Types of Shrimp

    NameOptimal GHLimits
    Cherry Shrimp6 – 84 – 14
    Cardinal shrimp6 – 84 – 12
    Blue tiger shrimp6 – 84 – 10
    Blue bolt shrimp3 – 63 – 8

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    The mercury level in this fish is moderate, which is safe enough to eat. Rohu is a freshwater fish and is a member of Carp family. The fish is majorly available in Northern as well as central India. The fish averagely weighs up to 2 kilograms and is mostly consumed for its meat.

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    Both surface and subsurface water is acceptable for crawfish farming.

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    It depends on your setup and fish/ shrimp requirements. For example, you don't need an air pump in your tank as long as you have a powerful and efficient aquarium filter and there is enough surface agitation i.e. movement on the surface of the water.

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