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Shrimp King Artemia Pops


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Shrimp King Protein Snowflake Food with artemia and daphnia.

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Snowflake Food with a twist!

Supplementary feed for shrimps in fresh water aquaria

Shrimp King Artemia Pops

Sinking Food Sticks made from organic soy bran with valuable artemia and daphnia. The tasty food fun for all shrimp. Disintegrate quickly and constitute a "food lawn" - so each animal can get to its food. For healthy growth, coloring and increased feeding pleasure.

Guarantee: Free from artificial colors and preservatives, without fish meal.

Tip: Shrimp King Artemia Pops are also ideal for feeding crabs, dwarf crayfish (CPO), snails and macrobrachium shrimp.

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Soybeans, which belong to the legumes are known as a very high-quality protein source. The fruits are rich in essential amino acids, vitamins, polyunsaturated fatty acids and cell protective micronutrients such as folic acid and selenium. There are also important minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron and zinc. Thanks to their prebiotic properties these support a healthy digestion.

In their natural habitat shrimp are mostly omnivorous. Although their focus is on plant foods, they still need animal proteins. Small crustaceans belong to the natural diet and are an important part of a balanced diet. Therefore Artemia Pops contain natural brine shrimp (Artemia) and water fleas (Daphnia). These small crustaceans correspond in their physical composition to shrimp. As high-quality natural food they can provide the appropriate amino acids and fats. The chitin from the shell serves as digestive fiber. Essential minerals ensure problem-free moulting and a stable exo skeleton. With their large number of valuable ingredients Artemia Pops provide an excellent variety and a supplement to the main feed. They promote healthy, balanced growth, vitality and increase feeding fun. Also ideal as a valuable snack.

Package: 40g

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