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Very, Very Small Tank...suggestions?

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Opicana, May 12, 2006.

  1. Opicana

    Opicana New Member

    My family has a 3 gallon plastic aquarium (w/ filter and light) that we would like to do SOMETHING with. I have a done a lot of research and I am finding that the aquarium cannot adequately hold anything. We have another much larger tank that we used to use, and plan on starting that up again in the next year or so. However, we have this tiny tank hanging around serving no purpose. I would like to find something to do with it....any ideas?
    Thanks in advance!
  2. Killerbee2

    Killerbee2 New Member

    Well , there are alot of ideas. The following are some you can use:

    Have Pet Hermit Crabs
    Have Pet Spiders
    Have Pet Snakes
    Have Pet Lizzards
    Have Pet Geicos
    Have A Ant Farm ...... lol


    Those are really good ideas if thats what you are looking for......
  3. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    You could put a single betta in there or a single african dwarf frog. Or you could put a few ghost shrimp in there.

    I think it would be pretty neat to do a nano planted tank with a few shrimp. I bet if you set it up just right, it could be really low maintenance.

  4. Opicana

    Opicana New Member

    If the tank were for me, personally, I would have jumped at some of those ideas. Unfortunately, my mom really wanted it to stay aquatic...

  5. Opicana

    Opicana New Member

    Thanks, I am actually thinking of going with the planted tank with shrimp idea...I have done some research....I don't know where to start though! I have never had shrimp OR a planted tank! Any suggestions, ideas, advice, step-by-step instructions (lol) or pointing me to a good web-site would be greatly appreciated!


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