Hello! I have been contemplating whether or not to get some cherry shrimp for my bettas’ tank. The tank is a 10 gallon with a divider with a male on one side and a female on the other. I was planning to get about three shrimp for each side to keep the minor algae in the tank down a bit. It’s pretty heavily planted with loads of species on one side, and lightly planted on the other side with just a dwarf hairgrass carpet. As far as I am concerned there is no copper or shrimp harming substances in the fertilizer. I was planning to just start the shrimp of the heavily planted side and if I had success, add some to the other side. Is this a good idea? Will my shrimp get eaten (I have no idea if my bettas are aggressive or not)? Should I switch the two bettas so that they are both in “new territory” to help them adjust to the shrimp? Would it be better to put the shrimp with the male (blue) or the female (red)? Thoughts?