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Shrimptastic Shrimp Lollies - Carrot Pack

Shrimptastic Shrimp Lollies - Carrot Pack

If you're a real aquarium enthusiast, you probably already know how much fun it is to feed your little aquatic friends. Watching them devour the food you give them can be a mesmerizing sight to see, and for your shrimps and other invertebrates, we've now got an extra special treat. The Shrimptastic Shrimp Lollies are an amazing treat for your shrimp that isn't just delicious, but is also filled with a bunch of micronutrients with a bunch of health benefits.

A delicious treat for invertebrates

The Shrimptastic Shrimp Lollies ensure species-appropriate feeding fun for shrimp with their biotope-appropriate composition based on nutrients they are able to find in the wild, but may not be abundant in an aquarium.

Support healthy growth

Whether your shrimp are still young or are already a bit older, they can benefit from the supplemental micronutrients of the Shrimp Lollies at any developmental stage. The carrot pack contains a bunch of biotin, potassium and vitamin A, all of which support the healthy growth and procreation of your favourite invertebrates.

How often should you give the Shrimptastic Shrimp Lollies

The Shrimp Lollies are special treats that your shrimp will absolutely love, and while there are no negative side effects specifically from feeding them the Shrimp Lollies, we suggest giving one once a day to prevent overfeeding.

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Jonathan Trejo
Shrimps enjoyed

picked these to see if shrimps would enjoy them as a treat, turns out they did, within 5 mins in the tank they swarmed it and cleaned it within 15 mins, would recommend

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Marc Fournier
Carrot Lollies

My shrimp didn't even touch it. Had to pull it because it got a weird slim on it.

Hi Marc!

We are sorry to hear your shrimp didn't care for the lollies. It could be that they have plenty of algae and biofilm in their tank and wont show much interest in prepared foods. You could try them again and see if they take to them then!

Amanda