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Why did my ghost shrimp kill my fish?

Asked: Moha Semail, Last Updated:

As far as my experience goes, ghost shrimp are too small and not fast enough to kill any kind of small fish. A much more likely scenario is that the guppies were diseased or didn't acclimate right, died, and then the ghost shrimp began scavenging on the dead guppies.

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