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In the world of Fishkeeping, you need to ensure some things are taken care of more than others. Among the significant, compatibility amidst tank mates is of great importance. Furthermore, some species of aquarium creatures just cannot co-exist with each other, while some are more compatible with each other. So, what about the relation between Clown Loaches and Shrimps? Do Clown Loaches eat Shrimp? Are they not compatible with each other? The general answer to…

Shrimps are freshwater invertebrates that give an elegant touch to your aquarium. For me, shrimps were a game-changer in my aquarium. I am rather lazy when it comes to cleaning the aquarium. I can proudly say my shrimps often do that for me. Let us discuss what the yellow mark on my shrimp’s back is? The yellow mark on the back of your shrimp is the eggs. Shrimps carry eggs in their pleopods. Pleopod means…

You may come across every weird aspect of fish keeping and when you get a shrimp in the tank, your questions certainly increase. What do shrimp eat? What do these shrimps prefer in the tank? Do shrimp eat poop? Few shrimps might feed on poop, but most of them don’t. Even when some do, those shrimps will be getting no nutrients from the poop. So, it will come down to you to clean the tank…

In this article, I am going to answer the question “Can Shrimp Live In Cold Water?”. I think most of you have only seen shrimp in your food platter. But have you ever wondered where these little creatures live? No, right? Maybe some of you have shrimp in your aquarium and want to know whether shrimp can survive in cold water when your aquarium heater does not work. Yes, Shrimp can live in cold water.…

Did you know that most aquarium hobbyists consider snails as “zero-maintenance” species in the fish tank? Were you also aware of shrimps becoming more popular recently because they are the perfect “algae eaters”? Since both of these titles give snails and shrimps a good name, the next thing you may wonder about is whether they are compatible with each other. The interesting thing to note here is both snails and shrimps are hardy, which means…