I went to the pet store just to look at the snails they had (had no intention of buying as i know that maybe 2 gallon tank with betta and snail would be too much)
However the pet store owners know me and I pass by almost every day. Out of kindness they gave me a zebra snail as a present (it has no name yet thinking gary or pie because the betta is called blueberry... blueberry... pie XD hehe)
I tried to refuse it but, they insisted to pick one and take it home so my betta will have a pal, and I did research on how to take care of it.
So far it's roaming around the glass eating algae or something I cannot see... I dropped a piece of bleached cucumber, and placed the snail on top of it, but instead it went to the glass of the tank and is sucking whatever as if it was coated on candy
While my betta is nomming on the cucumber!!! I had to pull it out asap, because i'm not sure if cucumber is good for the betta!
"No blueberry you carnivorous dammit!!" <- me lol
So how do I feed the snail now? Move it to a seperate place to feed it? Cultivate algae on a rock? Keep the cucumber there?
And does my tank have algae that cannot be seen? My snail is eating something for sure lol