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I recently had around 3-4 berried shrimp that released their babies and only around 10-20 babies are still alive when there should be like 60. I heard somewhere that most baby shrimp die because their first molt fails, and that shrimp need calcium to molt. I also saw in a video that you can tell that you don't have a good enough amount of calcium in your tank by seeing if your snail's shells are thin, and all of my bladder snails shells are mostly see-through. I heard you can add things into the tank to raise the calcium? Does anybody know anything about this?