Maybe it’s time for shrimp tank ??? Giveaway time!!!

Like an crazy aquarist, I keep several tanks in the comfort of my home.

I have recently seen a large increase in the number of my shrimps Sakura Red & Sakura Orange and I will giving them FOR FREE to every person that can provide proper conditions for them.

These are relatively easy to grow animals. You can keep them in tanks 10-30 litres with some basic filter and heater.

General info


Sakura Red Cherry

These shrimp look great, clean your tank, and are a blast to watch! 

The beautiful, red coloration helps this little shrimp stand out sharply against any backdrop, plants, or substrate in any aquarium.  Like all dwarf shrimp, they are very active and breed quickly.  A colony of these shrimp works as a very effective cleaning crew for your aquarium, cleaning up algae and waste.

Sakura Red Cherry Grade Color:

  • Mostly Red, lower body and legs can have clear patches
  • Body and legs can have spots or stripes of red coloration with small clear patches
  • Males can range from Regular Grade to Sakura Red Grade

These are freshwater shrimp and can live in almost any freshwater aquarium.  They are very popular for planted tanks and community tanks, and many people use them in large aquariums for waste management and algae control. 


Sakura Orange

Orange Sakura Shrimp are very similar to the prolific Red Cherry Shrimp, but their coloration is a sunny, delightful yellow-orange.  They are very active and breed very quickly.  A colony of these shrimp works as a very effective cleaning crew for your aquarium, cleaning up algae and waste.  

These are freshwater shrimp and can live in almost any freshwater aquarium.  They are very popular for planted tanks and community tanks, and many people use them in large aquariums for waste management and algae control.

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