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Fluval EBI Nano Shrimp Habitat
The Fluval Ebi, a nano shrimp habitat, has been designed with freshwater shrimp specifically in mind. It offers consumers a view into a whole new world. Freshwater shrimp are on the verge of becoming the next "big thing" in aquatic pets. The Fluval Ebi comes fully equipped to provide the ideal habitat for freshwater shrimp and crayfish. The kit comes with a 7.9-gallon aquarium with cover, a fluorescent light, an Ebi internal filter with spray bar, Fluval Shrimp Stratum substrate, a molded rock background, a shrimp net with telescoping handle, thermometer, Fluval Shrimp Safe and Fluval Shrimp Mineral Supplement, along with Fluval Shrimp Granules, and a Fluval Shrimp Care Guide. The Fluval Ebi is a great habitat to get you started and experience the fascinating lives of shrimp.
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Very Good Aquarium
By Shrimp Boy
from Chicago, IL
About Me Casual Fish Keeper
Comments about Nano Shrimp Habitat:
I have had this aquarium for about 9 months. After reading the reviews about the background coming loose, I double checked mine and it seemed to be very secure and has not been a problem for me. The shrimp seem to love climbing on it. Because I wanted to have plenty of substrait for plants I added 2 pounds of black substrait under the included substrait. It did take a few days for the water to clear but you have to wait for the tank to cycle anyway. The aquarium is beautiful and I have cherry and crystal red shrimp which seem to all be breeding like rabbits. The only design flaw I found was in the filter/pump. It will suck the babies in and kill them if you don't modify in some way. I bought some small foam pieces and put them in front of the opening (you will understand when you see the filter). I found some plastic carbon packs sold for this filter and replaced one of the foam blocks with this. I only replace one gallon of water once a week and do a PARTIAL clean of the pump filter every 3 months (the extra foam I put in to protect the babies and the charcoal pack). I have had very few deaths and really love watching them on my desk. It even comes with a proctor pad to protect the surface it sits on. I gave 4 stars instead of 5 because of the filter.