How do fresh water shrimp detect water pollution?
shrimp that are in water that is fresh
The pollution, or waste that is dumped into fresh water
Trout are fresh water, shrimp are salt water.
salt water shrimp contain more iodine than fresh water shrimp
well if the shrimp are cuaght in polluted water then they are polluted but if there are caught in fresh water then theyt are not polluted
I think trout, fresh water shrimp, fresh water crayfish, caddisfly lava live in fresh water.
All shrimp, whether fresh water or salt water varieties, are crustaceans and invertebrates. They are not vertebrates.
the life cycle of the fresh water shrimp is that it starts as a tiger then a lion then a polar bear and when it jumps in the water it turns into a whale once it dies it becomes the fresh water shrimp
Just about everything in the environment. Shrimp are at the bottom of the food chain.
The guppies may well rip the legs off the shrimp.
99.5% screw you
Why do humans not live in water? The same concept. We can't breathe in water they can't live in fresh water.
ANSWER: Unless frozen, shrimp breaks down rather rapidly. If you peel and de-vein, and soak in salted water, you can keep shrimp in a 34.5 degree refrigerator for up to 4 days. After that the shrimp will spoil. Fresh shrimp and fresh seafood should have no odor when purchased fresh and the eyes should be clear and not clouded.
No they can only live in freshwater habitats.
They are in the phylum Arthropoda and the subphylum Crustacea.
No. The only species of shrimp that I know of that are called "Cleaner Shrimp" are all marine species and can not live in fresh water.
Crawdads and shrimp are two different species. Shrimp live in salt water, crawdads, aka crayfish, normally live in fresh water. Crawdads are like miniature lobsters with claws.
Shrimp is an aquatic animals live in water. Shrimp are swimming, decapod crustaceans classified in the infraorder Caridea, found widely around the world in both fresh and salt water.
Shrimp live in the sea so if you want ot eat shrimp you may want to out the shrimp in fresh water for a short time to remove some of the salt
Bamboo shrimp are strictly freshwater, and can only tolerate mildly brackish water at worst. However, their young cannot survive in fresh water, and require salt water until they mature from their larval form.
I think that the predators of the fresh water shrimp are human. there might be more, but people are a type of predator to shrimp.
Their behavior changes or they die
Yes, some types live in fresh water.
The wet kind. Some species live in fresh water, others live in salt water.
Hermit crabs need a fresh supply of dechlorinated fresh water (bottled water) and salt water (which you can create using aquarium salt for the amount needed for shrimp).
the amount of freshwater is replaced by rainfall,pollution and salty water.
we should stop water pollution as we need fresh water for our survival and for our future. if we stop polluting water then the little fish can live in the oceans. we should not disturb the cycle.
Man made water pollution has been around as long as people have. Natural water pollution has been around even longer, and it is when salt water flows into fresh water, animals die in water, or volcanic gases mix with water.
Raccoons are noted for searching along stream beds for clams and crayfish, etc. So, if one caught a fresh water shrimp, it would eat it.
Humans, also many kinds of water mammals like otter, platypus, water rats and some kinds of fish.
You did not mention if you were referring to fresh or salt water angels. Yes both can eat shrimp with no ill effects. The freshwater angel prefers the small grass (also called ghost) shrimp, and live brine shrimp when trying to get into breeding condition.
A blind shrimp is an arthropod often found in cave systems. They live in fresh water and get swept into the cave where there is no light. Over many generations, they lose their eyes because they don't need them. Hence, blind shrimp.
You can get involved with an orginazation such as The Water Project (thewaterproject.org) and donate money to help them get water pumps with fresh water.
indicatoreg a licin or so fresh water shrimp
One but it separates into two parts so it looks like a "Y".
Goldfish will eat the brine shrimp (sea monkeys are brine shrimp). The shrimps would not survive in the fresh water that goldfish need either.
How hard is it to care for ghost shrimp are they extremely sensitive to water conditions and how many can be placed in a 3 gal tank with 3 VERY YOUNG gouramis?
Ghost shrimp are just the same as fish when it comes to water quality. They are likely to be eaten by Gouramies. Fresh water shrimp make up a part of the Gouramies natural diet.
Logging is when the water gets jammed in a place and it accumalates in a place causing overflow. It can occur with fresh water too. Whereas Water pollution is when a water source is polluted and that waterrrr becomes undrimkabele. How was that?????????????????///
It can cause major flooding. Also it does harm to people or animals who consume the polluted water. Aquatic animals will also die due to the water pollution. and there will be a decrease of fresh water sources.
Yes. All rivers are fresh water, but those that have Estuaries are then changed from Fresh to Tidal where the Sea has influence, but this is only restricted to the part of the estuary that is tidal. In rivers that are affected by modern Industries, Fresh may not be the appearance of the water, due to Pollution, which I suspect the Question alludes to, but the water, if it isn't salty, is essentially described as… Read More
in Africa in small fresh water lakes full of micro shrimp and plankton Africa.
oh yeah, and im alex, cheese and tomato Cowfish and red cherry shrimp can't live together. Red Cherry Shrimp live in fresh water and cowfish are marine fish.
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If they come from the seaside they are probably marine shrimps that live in salt water. If you put them in fresh water they will die.
Live, salt water shrimp are a pretty good food source, and tasty as well. As they're alive, there's no worry of spoilage. Usually quite safe. Fresh water animals are another issue. Quite a few fresh water animals, including arthropods, can carry parasites that are zoonotic and can travel to humans. While this doesn't happen all that often, when it does it can be pretty catastrophic. Fresh water aquatic animals should therefore be cooked before eating.
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