Shrimp Populations

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My shrimps have been busy....so many tiny babies.m the tiny babies I had a couple weeks ago are getting so big, now they have siblings. I’m not overrun with shrimp yet. How do you control your populations without killing your shrimps?
 

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You don't just leave them you won't get any problems, the fact they are breeding show you tank is perfect so do even try to do something you regret, how bigs the tank
 

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their population is usually self regulating. They will hit their capacity for the tank and stay there
 
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richie.p said:
You don't just leave them you won't get any problems, the fact they are breeding show you tank is perfect so do even try to do something you regret, how bigs the tank
Lol its a 36 gallon... Imma have a million shrimps aren't i?
 

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