Set up the new tank but if the filter is something that is liable to suck them in, you need to get a sponge to cover it (filter material) and heating is a must. Make sure they have something to hide around and under, too. They do fine on crushed up flakes, but if you have baby live brine shrimp, those are good, too. No freeze dried food that young, and blood worms don't really give them any nutrition. Flakes is your best bet.
They're not really that hard to take care of. Keep the water extra clean, and add the same amount of salt you do for your adults. When they are large enough to survive a filter, use one. Til then, you'll have to hand clean the tank very often.
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