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Why is my blue shrimp losing color?

Asked: Francois Boivin, Last Updated:

Sounds like you have a bacterial bloom going on from the tank not being cycled and/or over feeding and most likely have elevated ammonia levels, which is poisoning and stressing the shrimp out, causing them to lose color and become inactive (they are dying the longer they are exposed to the toxic ammonia).

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