Frequently Asked Questions

Are Cherry Shrimp Social?

Yes, Cherry Shrimp are social creatures. They are peaceful and most active during the day (diurnal), often found foraging together as a group. Due to their harmless nature, they make great additions to community tanks with non-aggressive fish species.

Being together helps them feel secure, and their communal feeding habits make it quite a sight for aquarists. Therefore, when planning to add Cherry Shrimp to your aquarium, getting a group instead of a lone one is advisable to ensure they express their social behaviors and thrive.

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