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Live Brine Shrimp Bag

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Live Brine Shrimp Bag

Product Code: A410

Live Brine Shrimp Bag

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Brine Shrimp as Reptile Food

Our brine shrimp are a staple food for many fish and turtles. They are particularly enjoyed by tropical fish and marine fish.

This product will be sent in a sealed plastic tube containing salty water and brine shrimp. Depending on the size of the order this tube will be housed in rectangular plastic tube to keep it from rolling in transit or fit tightly into a polystyrene box. The polystyrene will help keep the cold in during summer and the chill off during winter. They do best at 10C and don't handle extremes in temperature too well.

You'll love them because:
  • We guarantee freshness or your money back
  • They are farm bred in ethical conditions.
  • They are pre-fed to ensure your reptile is getting a healthy and nutritious meal.
  • Delivered straight to your door in good time.
We recommend brine shrimp for the following animal types:
  • Tropical Fish
  • Crustaceans
  • Marine fish
  • Turtles

This is a saltwater product and could be added to the enclosure but we would advise straining the glassworm out of their water before feeding. The longer they are in the tube the dirtier their water will become and you don't want to add that to your enclosure. They are best stored at around 10C with no wind chill. A cool cellar or garage would be great, alternatively they could be kept in a fridge as long as it's not set too cold.