Shrimp in house debate and one different query

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  1. Orange is female, blue is male, yes.

    If you took a neocardina in space it would probably die right away from “sensitivity to changes in parameters”.

  2. I have no idea how to tell a boy shrimp from a girl shrimp.

    However, I do know the space shrimp question. It depends if you open the bag in a pressurized spacecraft or outside on space. Inside the craft, the shrimp would be inside a ball of water. The surface tension would keep the water together. The shrimp would be floating in zero g and I believe it would be able to tell because in my tank they do seem to know up from down.

    If you opened the bag in space it would immediately die because the water would boil off.

    “Water poured into space (outside of a spacecraft) would rapidly vaporize or boil away. In space, where there is no air, there is no air pressure. As air pressure drops, the temperature needed to boil water becomes lower. That’s why water boils much faster on a mountaintop than it does at sea level.”

    Edit. A word.

  3. Yep, orange is a female, blue is a male.
    I love the space question. In a temperature controlled spacecraft that was large enough that they don’t collide with anything and doesn’t have a bunch of dust or whatever in the air, I believe they would be okay. Of course, they’d maybe die from stress, but I think it’d be okay aside from that. I wonder what it would look like if you had a couple generations of space shrimp. What would change?

  4. I think they would be able to swim out of the bubble of water and then they die 🙁

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