Tetra BloodWorms Freeze-Dried Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Food, .28-oz jar

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Give your fish a boost of protein and flavor with Tetra BloodWorms Freeze-dried Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Food. Fish need protein for energy and to stay active. Tetra BloodWorms Freeze-dried Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Food are rich in protein and make an excellent supplement to flake and staple diets. Their appearance, texture and flavor encourage foraging and will entice carnivores, omnivores and even the most finicky fish.

Key Benefits
  • Adds variety to staple diets
  • Encourages natural foraging behaviors
  • Provides protein for energy and conditioning
  • Made with mosquito larvae
  • Also great as a reward for small and medium-sized tropical and marine fish

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  • Item Number
    98348
  • Fish Type

    Marine Fish, Tropical Freshwater

  • Food Form

    Freeze-Dried

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Freeze Dried Blood Worms

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 53.0% min
Crude Fat 2.0% min
Crude Fiber 19.5% max
Moisture 4.5% max
Phosphorous 0.96% min
Feeding Instructions

Feed 2 - 3 times a week in conjunction with other Tetra Primary Foods like TetraMin. Feed only as much as your fish can consume within several minutes

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  • *Slurp* Just like Spaghetti!

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    When I first got my female Crowntail, Princess Peach, she refused to eat her pellets because she was only a few months old...and children are very picky eaters! So I tried feeding her one or two of these, and what happened? She sluuuurped them up, just like spaghetti noodles. I had to stop giving them to her for a while because she refused to eat anything but these worms! She's so spoiled!

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  • Small but do the job

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    I bought these for my Clown Loach as a treat. He likes them but they are small so he thinks he should have several servings. They rehydrate well and seem to be delicious. My Betta loves them as well.

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  • Betta loves it

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    My Betta loves this food! I don’t feed this to him everyday, he normally eats frozen food, but I give him this as a special treat and he gobbles it right up! Will order again.

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  • Good treat for fish

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    I wouldn't recommend this as a everyday food but feeding once a week my betta and neon tetra for crazy for it! Would deffinally recommend. I already used more than half!

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  • Perfect for your betta

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    My betta goes crazy over this item love it!!! I use it as a treat for him and he goes nuts.

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  • Fish love these

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    I feed the various fish in my community tank staple flakes. When I give them the freeze dried blood worms, it's like Christmas for them...they really pig out on them.

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  • bloodworms

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    good food source. fish love it! thats all I've got to say.

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  • My hermit crabs

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    My hermit crabs lovessssss them Very happy hermit crabs

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  • Excellent food

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    I give this as a treat to my pond goldfish . They love it and the price is right .

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  • Birds love them too.

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    My finch loves these better than my fish did. A few of them go a long way

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