I currently have a five gallon tank, a two gallon tank, and a 3 gallon tank. All house one betta. Since one of them is quite young because my cousin recently bought a baby betta and had no patience for it (it was living in a cup still) they gave it to me. Now I have a female baby I'm pretty sure - ANYWAY! The point of that sentence was, do you guys think it would be safe to buy at least one shrimp for her tank? Maybe she won't try to kill it since she's a baby? Idk. But also I don't want it to kill her. Haha, I have no experience with partnering bettas with any other fish... Opinions on that? I would assume she's about a month and a half old from watching videos of fry and their age progression. Not so sure though.
The other two are an hmpk who is pretty aggressive so I doubt I want to put anything in his tank but plants and such.. The other is a half moon and he's pretty tranquil but each time I put a new thing in his tank, like a thermometer and his heater he kind of nudged them for a few days, possibly nipped and I'm not so sure shrimp would work with him or even other fish in his five gallon. The Plakat is in a 2 and the baby is in the three. I plan to get a ten gallon and split it with the baby and the plakat but also...Not so sure about that I don't want any possibility of kobe (hmpk) getting over and killing squirt (baby).
Also could anyone give me a run down on snails and different types that are good in freshwater? I'd prefer a type that doesn't reproduce very quickly or that needs another of the opposite sex to reproduce so that I can just get one.
Advice please guys! And thanks for being friendly all of the time. I truly appreciate it.