I posted about a week ago that I took my ghost shrimp out of my 5 gallon because I suspected that my female betta was killing/attacking them, so I put them in an unheated, unfiltered 2.5 gallon tank with some marimos. (I did water changes every other day) Now I want to try to keep them with my male bettas. I have a 10 gallon that is divided and it is housing 2 male bettas. One betta has lived with 5 ghost shrimp before and he was fine with them. The other one, I never tried keeping tank mates with him because I just recently got him, so I don't know if he is aggressive or not. I'm going to float the ghost shrimp in there to find out he responds. But here is my question: how can I feed the ghost shrimp without the bettas eating their food? The way I did it in the past was, I would feed them a trial pack of flaked food I got from an aquarium kit and I would use a chopstick to sink them. The ghost shrimps would get to it, but my betta would also find it so he would eat most of it and scare the shrimp away. Is there a better way to feed the shrimp? When I do it my way, I would end up overfeeding my betta and I don't want my betta to be eating flaked food. It was also difficult to hand-feed/chopstick-feed the shrimp to make sure that they have food in their system. Is there an alternate food that I can use for the shrimp that my bettas won't eat?