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krill??

Discussion in 'Foods, Treats & Home Recipes.' started by ravingscissors, Oct 30, 2006.

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  1. ravingscissors

    ravingscissors Hi, I'm New Here!

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    can i feed my hermies frozen krill?my hermies are very pickey and im looking for something that they might like.ive gave them grapes,apple,peaches with not too much luck.any other ideas?thanks
     
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    Yes thats fine to feed them. You need to feed them some form of protein every day. Krill is a good source of that
     
  3. nancy

    nancy "Preparing For Second Molt"

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    Where can I find frozen krill?
     
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    Most pet stores would carry it if they have a section for frozen fish food.

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    There are great (and cheap) forms of protein available freeze-dried, often at most aquarium stores. My guys love the f.d.'ed blood worms, and plankton. Not to mention the recently/naturally deceased goldfish the store freezes and gives me! Might sound yucky, but in the wild they scavenge on carcasses on beaches, which contains everything they need. If you're not turned off, they prefer it the second day - by then it's a skeleton.
     
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