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    TU KAK frm the yamato shrimps

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    hi peeps.. i haf a qsn which i arrived frm observing my tank mates...

    the yamato shrimps haf seem to b changin their shell very often. is anyting wrong? or are they actually growing. i haf about 4 yamatos...

    i haf another qsn. i juz bout 3 cherry shrimps and 2 tiger shrimps. will my big yamatos eat these puny babies up? though i haf seen them together and noting seems to b happenin.. i am rather afraid dat someting might happen.
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    They are growing, nothing to worry about.

    The yamatos are unlikely to eat the smaller shrimps. If it happens, most likely it because the shrimp already died.
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    *ahem*

    deer peep,
    kn u rite yr pos yuzing fool wots pls??? ah gt a bludi hdache tryin t rid yur pos. u tink dis ***-m-*** izzit???

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    vinz, haf haf haf?
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