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Artemia salina is a types of brackish water shrimp sea-going shellfish that are more firmly identified with Triops and cladocerans than to genuine shrimp. It is an exceptionally old animal categories that does seem to have changed in 100 million years.
A. salina is local to saline lakes, lakes and impermanent waters (not oceans) in the Mediterranean area of Southern Europe, Anatolia and Northern Africa.Considerable ordered disarray exists and a few populaces somewhere else have once in the past been alluded to as this species, yet are presently perceived as discrete species.

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