Hugo Kamishi Freeze Dried Krill



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freeze dried krill

Hugo Kamishi Freeze Dried Krill is a high protein dietary supplement suitable for all fish and turtles.

Krill is an excellent addition to the diet of all tropical, marine, coldwater fish and turtles. Krill can also be ground or crushed to feed smaller varieties of fish.

Hugo Kamishi Freeze Dried Krill can be added to the dietary regimen of your fish or turtle. It may also be given as an extra treat. When using Hugo Kamishi Freeze Dried Krill as part of the regular dietary regime of your fish or turtle, you should only provide as much as can be consumed within 5 minutes. You should take care to remove any remaining after this time with a net. If giving Hugo Kamishi Freeze Dried Krill as an extra treat, it is advised to only add a tiny amount (no more than a slight pinch).

Facts about Hugo Kamishi Freeze Dried Krill

Krill are tiny little crustaceans that are found in all the oceans on the planet

Many animals consume krill. These range from smaller animals like fish or penguins to larger ones like seals and even whales.

Some species of krill can live for more than six years!

Disturbances of an ecosystem resulting in a decline in the krill population negatively affect the food chain and have far-reaching effects.

The modest krill is only about 5cm in length on average. However, it represents an enormous connection in the food chain. These tiny shrimp-like crustaceans are principally the energy source that fuels the engine of the Earth’s oceanic eco-systems.

Krill themselves feed on phytoplankton which are microscopic, single-celled plants that drift near the ocean’s surface which, in turn, live off carbon dioxide and the rays of the sun. Krill are first in the diets of hundreds of various species, from fish to birds, to baleen whales.

To put it in simple terms, many of the life forms in the Antarctic would just disappear without the lowly krill!


Hugo say “Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still.

Hugo Kamishi