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Zoo Med Labs Red Shrimp

Zoo Med's Large Sun-Dried Red Shrimp are an excellent high quality, protein-rich food for large aquatic turtles and large freshwater or marine aquarium fish and invertebrates. Fish and turtles typically show an increase in weight and vigor within only a few days of feeding. Whether used as a staple food or an occasional treat, Zoo Med's Sun-Dried Red Shrimp provide a nutritional boost to any feeding regimen.

Available in 2.5 oz. and 5 oz. containers.

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Popularity: #3 in Aquatic Turtle, #1 in Shrimp
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Zoo Med Labs Red Shrimp - 5 oz

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Zoo MedRed Shrimp

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Red Shrimp

By crabturtle

from Los Angeles, CA

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  • Easy To Clean Up
  • Floats Well
  • Good Size
  • Good Taste
  • Good Value
  • Nutritional


  • Bad Odor

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    Comments about Red Shrimp:

    In my bat, ball and glove analogy of baseball, this food is the glove. That's because it's light, feathery and flatlike. If they rained down in the air like they do in the water it would be easy to catch them. The third basic food group that I feed my turtles. They love them

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