The only thing that tank is suited for is gathering dust. The person who designed this container should die in a fire, in my opinion.
Idk, I think invertebrates are very interesting and very entertaining to watch--they deserve to have a real tank where they have hiding places to feel secure and various things to climb on. Many varieties also require stable heat. I suggest getting a 2 gallon tank with a filter and cycling it--with such a low bioload it shouldn't be hard to maintain the cycle and catching all the shrimp for 100% waterchanges is downright impractical. A 2 gallon tank with a small piece of driftwood and a couple of marimo balls or some java moss would be very interesting to watch and easy to maintain. Red cherry shrimp would likely reproduce if the tank was taken care of, which adds a whole new and interesting dimension to shrimp keeping.
Last edited by Adastra; 07-09-2010 at 12:35 AM.