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    Default Video 'Moulting time'

    I was lucky to record these images. It's amazing to see how it's legs bend to get out of the cuticule, saddly I couldn't record the full moulting process because my camera's response isn't as fast as I'd like. You can see the vulnerability of first minutes after moulting, the shrimp avoids other shrimps contact and looks for a place to hide. Enjoy
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH_NMt7HFIs
    Last edited by Fento; 18th Jul 2011 at 02:02 AM. Reason: Can't set the video window so I post the link

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    Brillant footage there. Thanks for sharin dude.

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    It is look very good!

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    Great footage. Are they regular tigers or OEBT?

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    awesome video!

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    I'm glad you liked it . They're 'wild' tigers (some are regular, bluish, others more yellow... I even have a couple shrimplets with orange eyes), but this strain in particular looked bluish because I had just turned lights on when I found the 'scene'. It seems shrimp turn a bit it's colours depending on the lightning, and on dark substrate they look more intense.

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