Peacock mantis shrimp tank?

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The site written by an expert in mantis shrimp care that I linked to in your earlier thread says they need a tank of 100 liters (which is 26 gallons).

You could also check the mantis shrimp section of this forum and see which species can do well in small tanks.

edited to correct information. I originally typed 1000 liters but meant 100 liters.
 
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The site written by an expert in mantis shrimp care that I linked to in your earlier thread says they need a tank of 1000 liters (which is 26 gallons).

You could also check the mantis shrimp section of this forum and see which species can do well in small tanks.
Ahh didn’t see the thread yet sorry
 

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The site written by an expert in mantis shrimp care that I linked to in your earlier thread says they need a tank of 1000 liters (which is 26 gallons).

You could also check the mantis shrimp section of this forum and see which species can do well in small tanks.

I think you typed one 0 too many. ;)

But yes, 7 gallon is way to small for a Peacock.
 
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