the life history of shrimps

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There are many kinds of shrimp.
show various kinds of life history as there are various kinds of species.
Some kinds live only a year, but some shrimp live only five or more years.
Some shrimps carry their eggs on their swimming legs until they hatch.
Some kinds lay eggs and leave.  On the other hand, there are some types of people who do not swim and dig oysters in the sand or in the mud.
On the other hand, there are some types of people who do not swim and dig oysters in the sand or in the mud.  One of the most common types of shrimp eaten as food is a species that hatches 160 kilometers off the coast.
The newly hatched sashimi looks like a tiny mockingbird with legs, but after two to four weeks, it's changed and it's shrunk.
The young barley shrimp moves to Henan, where he will grow up.
But more than 80 percent of them are eaten by marine animals while on the move, and the surviving young barley shrimp settle at the mouth of the river.
The wetlands of the mangrove forested beaches, rich in organic matter, are a kind of nursery for shrimps.  After about five to seven months of rapid growth, the barley shrimp begins a journey back to the deep sea that takes two months.
The barley shrimp lays eggs in the deep sea, and a female lays between five and a million eggs.  Most adults are thought to die soon after laying eggs.
Another important group of shrimp, the culling shrimp, begins its life as every male.
This shrimp turns into a female in about two years.

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