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those are super close up photo. Which camera you use?
The new born shrimps are mostly feed on algae, and microorganisms in the water. I would encourage a good green color algae growing in the tank. You can see the tiny babies would love to pick on them. And, I use shirakura baby shrimp bacter. The bacter is actually food for those microorganisms. It encourages microorganism growing in the tank. And because of it's strong favor, big shrimps would like it as well. The fresher the bacter the better. As soon as you open it, the function keeps going down. You should make sure it's close tight after you use it.
 

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I've used a few baby foods in powder form, and they all do the job. I am currently trying out Borneowild Bebi and I like it. Well priced too.
 

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Becarefull... Some baby shrimp food especially powder one, could worsen water parameter
 

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In my experience the best baby food I've used is Ebiken EI. Second to that would be Peter Laden's Baby Pro (I prefer the pellet form to the powder form but it's the same ingredients).

I use both of these as well...I have the pellets for baby pro. Love both


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