- Has a maximum XP of 50, at which point it turns into the rabbit or trout or the Arctic Hare.
- Can hide in both small and large Hiding Holes and whirlpools.
- Can only eat Berries , Plankton and Water drops.
- Can be eaten by any other animal below Mole.
The Shrimp is one of the simplest and smallest animals in the game - only freshly-upgraded Rabbits and/or Trout are slightly smaller. It is one of three animals without a tail, the other two being the mouse and the Chipmunk. Its base color is orange and features several embellishments, including its image-only tail, and slightly darker orange stripes.
The first thing you'll want to do is to find a berry bush, as this will be your quickest method of getting to rabbit or trout. If you can find a full berry bush, your time as shrimp will only be a few seconds at most. As an added benefit, finding a Berry Bush that has a Hiding Hole in its proximity will allow quick escapes from swarming predators.
Always be on the watch for Trout, Crabs, and even Squid hiding in a berry bush you might want. Be wary when getting close to a hiding hole, as smart predators might be lying in wait, though this goes for all animals and not just Shrimp.
Fortunately you won't have to worry about predators beyond Trout and the occasional Rabbit, since most larger predators consider it a waste of time to chase after Shrimp, since they give relatively little XP compared to bigger animals. Still, this does not mean you should run up and bite a Squid's tail!
There's also a way that'll let you level up fast and give you a good start boost. You have to stay as a Shrimp and look for a big animal outlined with red that'll most likely not care about eating you (Lion, etc...) and then bite his tail, if he tries to eat you then run, if he doesn't, continue biting! This can be better explained in the video provided below.
- The Shrimp was added on November 22nd, along with the Trout, the Crab, the Squid, and the Shark.
- It used to have the lowest health of all animals, dying in just 2 bites, and nearly dying in a single bite.