HELP BABY GHOST SHRIMP!!

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Hello! This is not my first experience buying ghost shrimp and one of them having eggs.. the first time I didn’t notice and I happened to see the babies but I had no idea what I was doing and none made it. I figured this was a once in a life time experience because I had read it is difficult to breed ghost shrimp in captivity.. I was wrong. I purchased about 12 ghost shrimp yesterday and I get home and 8 of them have eggs.. I have them separated in a breeder net but one of them have released some shrimp fry already. I figured it would be random when it started happening considering there is 8 of them. I would like to try to care for them, does anyone know how to? or where to get food for them? or how to house them? please help!!
 

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Hello! This is not my first experience buying ghost shrimp and one of them having eggs.. the first time I didn’t notice and I happened to see the babies but I had no idea what I was doing and none made it. I figured this was a once in a life time experience because I had read it is difficult to breed ghost shrimp in captivity.. I was wrong. I purchased about 12 ghost shrimp yesterday and I get home and 8 of them have eggs.. I have them separated in a breeder net but one of them have released some shrimp fry already. I figured it would be random when it started happening considering there is 8 of them. I would like to try to care for them, does anyone know how to? or where to get food for them? or how to house them? please help!!
the dark specks near the left are the shrimp fry!
 
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