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Rating: 4.4

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Dietary supplementation made easy with Blood Worms. These soft freeze-dried worms are nutritionally packed for optimum value as a feeding source or treat for your precious fish.
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Mamrhein
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Rating: 4

Good Product

posted 6 years ago

The fish like these bloodworms, but only as a supplement they will not eat them all the time.

Pros: Enjoyable

Cons: Weird looking

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HEATHER D.
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Rating: 3

My fish love bloodworms!

posted 6 years ago

My fish (cat fish and goldfish) and my snails all LOVE blood worms. When I had a betta, he LOVED blood worms too. They are kind of gross, but the fish just go nuts for them. I do prefer the frozen kind over the dry ones, but the dry ones are easier to work with.

Pros: fish love these

Cons: I prefer the frozen kind

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