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Good I might buy some.So how bout Dragon eels??
I googled Dragon Eels, and they look pretty scary lol........i wouldnt put my betta in with them :p

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Cool cause my Walmart carries then!
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Okay, I got a new 10g and am dividing it in 3. Would 1 snail in each be to much? Or maybe some ghost shrimp? I would like to put one or the other in there. Or maybe just 1 snail in one of the divided sections?

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Well You could put 2 ghost shrimp in each part.
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That should help. :)

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Thanks that was very helpful!

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Okay, I got a new 10g and am dividing it in 3. Would 1 snail in each be to much? Or maybe some ghost shrimp? I would like to put one or the other in there. Or maybe just 1 snail in one of the divided sections?
Honestly, dont put ghost shrimps with your Betta. i have had 2 bettas has their fins ripped to shreds by my elusive ghost shrimp....sad. Get Yamato Shrimps or Banana Shrimps.

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Yet another "No" to Ghost Shrimp. Although they may work out for some, I too have had my Betta's fins shredded by Ghost Shrimp. I also keep my shrimp in a separate tank now.
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Yeah, don't buy any ghost shrimp- My friend's betta got torn to pieces by one. He was also missing an eye and we saw the ghost shrimp eating it or something >.< Yuck.
I've tried many other shrimps as well, but my bettas just don't seem to get along with them.


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