I got a small aquarium for Christmas. It can only support a couple of fish and some snails. I also have two teeny blue crayfish. They are the most fun to watch for. I wanted a small one to start; if we like it we can get a bigger one later. This is an acrylic bow front style; it sort of magnifies the interior. Can you see the teeny crayfish?
Posted 31 December 2016 - 09:58 PM
I did not know that they could be pets, or that they were blue!
Posted 02 January 2017 - 01:59 PM
The little crayfish are bottom feeders, so they'll help keep things clean. Wish we could have some, but we have Angel Fish, which are rather aggressive and would probably eat them!
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I had a 150 gallon Reef Tank and 110 gallon saltwater fish tank. Shrimp and things like that was almost impossible to keep. Where everything else flourished the shrimp would die so I finally stayed away from them. Just some info from past experience.
Posted 06 January 2017 - 08:21 PM
The woman I got the crayfish from is also trying to raise shrimp. She's having some luck, but not ready to sell yet. I doubt I will try any of those. I do like the little crays, though. A salt tank would be so cool! The marine things are so colorful.