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What is the scientific name of Shrimp ?

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Decapoda
Crustacea
Caridea
Arthropoda


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What is the Optimum pH Level for Shrimp ?

5.0-9.5
7.0-9.5
7.5-9.5
7.0-8.5


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What is the standard life span of Shrimp ?

0.6-1 years
1-4 years
1-2 years
3-5 years


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Which is/are the main predator(s) of Shrimp ?

Fish
Fish and Crabs
Fish, Crabs and Whales
Fish, Crabs, Whales and Turtle


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______ species of shrimp is known to stun it''s prey before eating it by making a loud noise with one of it''s claws, that makes a snapping sound through the water.

One
Three
Seven
Twenty


One species of shrimp is known to stun it''s prey before eating it by making a loud noise with one of it''s claws, that makes a snapping sound through the water.

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What is the family name of Shrimp ?

Decapoda
Crustacea
Caridea
Arthropoda


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Shrimp possess long antennae. The length of these is nearly

half of its body length
same as its body length
two times its body length
four times its body length


Shrimp possess long antennae, nearly four times its body length—in order tohelp it find food or mates by sensing chemicals produced by other animals.

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Scientists from Australia and Vietnam use a little one-eyed shrimp called mesocyclops in order to destroy between 96% and 100% of the ___________populating the countries.

Mosquitos
Cockroaches
HIV viruses
All of above


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Pick the wrong fact out for shrimp ?

They can mate only when the female is between new, hardened exoskeletons
Shrimp possess long antennae—nearly 2 times its body length
To grow, skeleton shrimp shed their old exoskeletons and form new, larger ones
A shrimp''s heart is in their head.


They are nearly 4 times long

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In order to protect themselves from predators, shrimp possess a sharp

Hands
Legs
Head
Nose


In order to protect themselves from predators, shrimp possess a sharp beak or nose, called the rostrum, that extends off the head of their body. This beak also serves as a stabilizer when swimming backwards and forwards in the water.

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