Tetra JumboKrill Freeze-Dried Shrimp Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Treats
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- Adds variety to staple diets
- Provides essential fiber and vitamins
- Naturally high in carotenoids to promote the development of fish coloration
- Excellent source of protein and vitamin E offers large aquarium fish a nutritional boost
- Vitamin enhanced freeze-dried jumbo shrimp for freshwater & saltwater fish
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28 Customer Reviews
This is by far the best way to buy krill. Tiny cans with a fraction of the amount cost around $10 so this is the most economical. My koi absolutely love them and it's a feeding frenzy every time I throw some in their pond! Now I can afford to give them krill nearly every day. I'll be buying this from now on!
Great Portion Size At A Great Price
When I looked at the size, I thought it was smaller, but it turns out to be very huge. Manage to feed all of my carnivorous fish, especially my Zebra Moray Eel.
Fish Love it
Huge pieces of krill. Koi, comets & goldfish - all love them.
Best price on the market
Yes the best price out here right now fresh and shipping is best of all quick delivery
A great product that my fish enjoy, especially my Zebra Moray Eels
I'll be needing a bigger can
Bought a small can to see if my Oscars would like them. It didn't last very long.
Bob LOVES these!
I hesitated to spend this much money on something that my turtle had not had before. You never know if it'll be something he likes or not, as they can be very picky. Luckily, he absolutely loves these. He's an adult turtle, atleast 7", so I put a large one in his tank. At first, he was like "what the--", but after inspecting it, he ate it. The package says to give him what he can eat in several minutes. This does not apply to Bob! I think he could've ate half the can. And this is a big can, too. You get a lot for the money. If your turtle likes shrimp, invest in this big can and save money in the long run.
Came very fast ...Hugh can of krill I bought for my tinfoils and cichlids. My tinfoils ignore it . I break them into small pieces and feed my cichlids they kinder like it gave my turtles they too somewhat like but not super crazy about it
Not great for bullfrogs
Surprisingly my bullfrogs don’t like these big fat krill! I cut them up a little (only used a tablespoon) & they plumped up nicely in the water... but strangely, they won’t eat it; I guess they prefer the live feeder ghost shrimpies. Would be great for oscars or other big aggressive fish (I think). Will be returning them.
Fish love these
The fish really like this but it makes somewhat of a mess. Cat likes them too he knocked down the got it open and had a feast. They are now in a container with a locking lid. Really wonder why the smaller size is way more expensive than the bigger size???