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Will shrimp over eat?

Asked: Leon, Last Updated:

I know that overfeeding, even in a cycled tank, causes a bioload greater than what the beneficial bacteria and even plants can process. This will lead to the buildup of the toxic compounds. The shrimp are sensitive to these toxins and will be poisoned by it.

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