Hi Guys -
So after a good 3-4 months of educating myself on bettas after an x-mas present gone bad in December (unfortunately 2 bettas dead later from poor information from a petstore) , I wish I could retire the gift 3 gallon cylinder tank. Then again, it really is pretty, and looks great on my desk.
My question is, now that my betta is in a much better environment (6.6g now), what can I put in this 3 gallon?
It has an undergravel filter already, but I would prefer something more cold water so it wouldn't require another heater. If it's needed though, I wouldn't mind picking one up.
I've seen a few snails and even a couple people suggested mollies...but I'm not sure on any fish, it seems very high maintenance to even keep a fish alive in a space that small. I was thinking an african dwarf frog, but some forums also said that it's way too small. :T
If you guys have any suggestions, it would be more than appreciated. I really don't want to have this tank sit in a box when it was a present that created my love for bettas. C: