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I'm new to Bettas! I recently rescued a beautiful but neglected male Betta from Wal-mart and have put him in an Eclipse 3 gallon tank. I conditioned the water and I have a Tetra heater in there, some gravel, a little bridge decoration and one live "sword" plant. The fish is very active. He seems pretty elated that he has space to swim around in rather than languishing in a dirty tupperware-looking container that was missing half its water! A guy at the local pet store suggested that I add a panda cory fish to the tank in a few weeks. However, when I did research online, I read that you need at least 3 corys in a tank because they are schooling fish. What I need to know is, is it appropriate to put 3 panda corys in a 3 gallon tank with a betta? Or is it better to keep the betta by himself? Thanks for your help!

Sienna
 
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