There are actually websites with REAL brine shrimp care and proper breeding. They ask to keep them in at least a 1 gallon tank and have at least have more than one to divide the colognes. I can find links for anyone who actually wants to keep brine shrimp as pets or breed them as extra treats. I use to keep them as pets until my cousin killed them all. They are really fun animals.
I bought a pack of Triops eggs and after reading about the hoops you have to jump through to get them to hatch, I just dumped them in my aquarium (which the instructions said not to do because they either won't find food or they will overeat and die). After waiting the 24-48 hour hatching period I quit looking and forgot about them. Several sand cleanings and 3 weeks later I saw a baby Triops about 1/4'' long.
''Life will find a way.'' ---Someone on Jurassic Park