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    Brine shrimp/Sea monkey/Artemia saline ( same )

    His length is 0.8 centimeters(0.315 in).
    It swims very quickly.

    [ olivia ], mojodaisy, rb_italia, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. heather_hickory [deleted] 113 months ago | reply

      wow! awesome catch! And he is a cutie, in his own fishy way :)

    2. Hopping rabbit 112 months ago | reply

      To: Edgar Thissen
      To: sashvh

      Thank you :-)

      However, it notes it.

      It is not a face when carefully seeing.
      It is his very back of the head.

    3. brother away 112 months ago | reply

      Nice!! Artemias are awesome. I reared them long time ago, doing all the effort to feed my fishes.

      Great set!

    4. Hopping rabbit 112 months ago | reply

      Thank you :-)
      They are very lovely when raising it.
      I came to be embarrassed.
      It became feelings not fish's food.
      However, it is food of an important fish.

    5. [ olivia ] 99 months ago | reply

      Wow ... I've never seen one so close up before. I too feed them to my fish. :/

    6. Hopping rabbit 99 months ago | reply

      Thank you :-)
      I took a picture with macrolens and both close-up lens.
      Because they moved fast, it was difficult.

    7. Noel.Goodwin 98 months ago | reply

      I remember having sea monkey's when I was a kid, you saw ads for them all the time in comic books. Is that what they were, brine shrimp?

      Seen in Fish Geeks (?)

    8. Hopping rabbit 98 months ago | reply

      I have seen with Web though I have not seen those advertisements in the comic books.
      Bodies of them might be bigger than that of my raising.

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