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ndutzy

Hi everyone,

great to see shrimp keepers here. I've been converted from fish keeper to shrimp keeper since the past 2 years :D

Cheers.

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bailey88

Welcome mate what Shrimp do you keep??

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Heavyd

Welcome to the forum.

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simont

Welcome to the forum. Seems a lot of people switch from fish to shrimp keeping. I'm one of them and haven't looked back.

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Dean

Hi Ndutzy, glad to see you here mate.

welcome :)

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lachie1998

Welcome to SKF :cheerful:

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wayne6442

Hi Mate, It's all happening here! Enjoy!

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fishmosy

Welcome to the forum mate.

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Triggs

Welcome to the forum mate.

I did the same thing, I just find them more interesting to watch. And think they look much nicer in a planted tank. and make a insane good clean up crew.

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Foxpuppet

Welcome to SKF mate, look forward to seeing what you got!

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