"I like the little gray shrimp."
Translation:J'aime bien les petites crevettes grises.
Probably my comment was not left in the clearest form, since I was somewhat frustrated at the time, but I think it's good practice to leave a comment. That way, if there is in fact a rule you're not aware of that makes your answer wrong, then somebody replies and tells you the rule.
I had the same question about 'aimer bien' and i found some helpful answer in this topic https://www.duolingo.com/comment/10146748/Difference-between-J-aime-and-J-aime-bien
The following sentences are ordered from least specific to most specific, with (S/P) referring to singular/plural:
- I like little grey shrimp (P)
- I like the little grey shrimp (S/P)
- I like these little grey shrimp (P)
- I like this little grey shrimp (S)
Perhaps a different subject will make it clear.
- I like Burmese kittens - all Burmese kittens in general
- I like the Burmese kitten(s) - out of the four kittens, I like the Burmese one(s)
- I like these Burmese kittens - I don't like some Burmese kittens but I do like these ones
- I like this Burmese kitten - I don't like most Burmese kittens but I do like this one
There are other possible interpretations but hopefully this clarifies the different grammar.