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Do shrimp get worms???

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jacet

Hi All,

Was awake most of Saturday night and like normal the brain was in over drive and this come in to it how and why I dont know. Do shrimp get worms like fish, humans, cat and dogs.

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ineke

Hi Jacet I don't know the answer but is there a reason you want to know. Have you seen something on the shrimp because if you have and can describe or take a picture then someone might recognise it. I was the same last night wide awake thinking!!!

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Ineke:encouragement:

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jacet

no reason just thinking. Just one of them things I was thinking about.

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ineke

LOL I have nights like that with a lot of what if's going around and around in my head. Hate it!!!!

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Ineke:encouragement:

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Gbang

Great question but I'm not sure either :s

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Squiggle

Very interested to find out an answer for this one, very good question indeed :encouragement:

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Baccus

I don't know about worms but every creature does get its share of parasites, I do know that they can get leeches though. I did have some pictures of leeches on shrimp but I can't find them at the moment.

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northboy

I am lead to believe that is a worm like creature that sends out shrimp white on the inside and it happens after stress, usually heat stress. It can happen to any shrimp.

Bob

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