Shrimp are a natural prey for many different fish, aquatic amphibians and reptiles because they provide a high source of protein and essential amino acids. Because live freshwater shrimp are difficult to maintain in captivity and can be expensive, most pet owners do not provide these nutritionally valuable prey items for their pets. Fluker's realizes the importance of diversifying your pet amphibians or reptiles diet to increase the overall nutritional value being provided to your pet and has produced freeze-dried river shrimp diet. Fluker's freeze-dried river shrimp can be used in combination with other freeze-dried products to provide your pet with natural prey items without the mess and expense of live prey items. 

  • 1 oz. jar


Feed 5-7 shrimp per meal, depending on the size of your pet. For aquatic turtles, scatter shrimp on top of water. Feed the amount that your turtle will consume in 5-10 minutes. Freeze-dried shrimp should be offered with other food items that are appropriate for your pet to diversify the animal's diet and reduce the likelihood of nutritional disease. Ask your pet professional for assistance with developing a complete and balanced diet for your pet amphibian, fish, or reptile.

Store in a cool, dry place.


  • Crude Protein (not less than)    55.8%
  • Crude Fat (not less than)             4%
  • Crude Fiber (not more than)      6.5%
  • Moisture (not more than)           12%


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