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There is no problem with the worms, but he should have a variety of foods for the best nutrician exposure. A real young eel can be taught to eat other foods!
 

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Ghost shrimp would be something you could add to its diet.
 
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Thanks I will give it a try. one question, don't earthworms have mostly dirt in them. I suppose you could feed the worms something with vitamins and minerals in their substrate.
 

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I have started a new procedure. I first rinse the bloodworms and then let them soak in a solution of vitamins for a few hours in the fridge (hidden from everyone), then Mr. eel and rest of fish feast out. at first they were not crazy about it but after one exposure, there was no problem!
 
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