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  1. #31
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    To grow these little guys adult size fill a tank or similar with 2 feet of salt water with a density reading of 1.022. Add an air stone in the middle of the tank grow and baby brine shrimp. They take about 40 hours before they start eating.

  2. #32
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    Any side effects from the medication?
    How many prefer nutrients coming from the food?

  3. #33
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    I was just searching for the easiest way to hatch and found really about them as newly hatched brine shrimp as an excellent source of nutrition for aquarium fish, especially fry. They are inexpensive, convenient, easy to hatch, and are readily available when needed.

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