Fish Inquiry

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by Maria Victoria, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. Maria VictoriaNew MemberMember

    Hello, everyone! My Betta fish died 3 days ago..I had him for almost 2 years and he died due to the dropsy syndrome :(. However, I really enjoyed having him like my baby. I'm looking forward to buy a new fish. But I'm not an expert about where should I buy him/her? And also I will like to have 2 fishes in the same aquarium. Which type of fish will you recommend me?
    Thank you!
     




  2. chrish828Valued MemberMember

    What size tank do you have? The type of fish will depend on the size. I would recommend online, but if money is an issue, try finding a local pet store. If there is truly no other options, then go for a petco or petsmart. Be sure to keep your tank cycling though. You can add some fish food now if you don't have pure ammonia.
     




  3. Maria VictoriaNew MemberMember

    My tank is 2 gallons. Honestly, with my last Betta I loved him but you really need to take care of them. So, i was thinking about a type of fish that is not too delicate to care of. Since, I'm a student.
     
  4. shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    RCS and some plants
     
  5. Maria VictoriaNew MemberMember

    No hahaha, I don´t like RCS
     
  6. shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    well a 2 gallon aquarium is really small for any fiish
     
  7. OscarOwner88New MemberMember

    Unfortunately, I don't believe that there's a fish other then a betta fish that will be able to live in a 2 gallon tank. But what I think you should do is more decor. Or I am not certain but you could try neon tetras.

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  8. el337Fishlore LegendMember

    Neon tetras wouldn't be suitable either.

    If you don't like shrimp, what about a few nerite snails?
     
  9. jl_1005Valued MemberMember

    Neon tetras need much more space. They're a schooling fish so you will need a group of 6, ideally 12. They're also quite sensitive to poor water conditions, can die easily in a bit of an ammonia spike
     
  10. MattS99Well Known MemberMember

    Only shrimp in a 2 gallon, sorry. No way around it. I've kept bettas in smaller tanks than that, but it was a weird situation.
     
  11. DylanMWell Known MemberMember

    Only very small shrimp and bettas in a 2 gallon tank, sorry.
     
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