So, one of my friends had a cichlid that she had to take out of the big tank because he was killing the other fish and even attacking the pleco that was three times his size. Another of her friends was supposed to take the little serial killer but never got around to it. Then my friend moved and all her old roommates thought all the fish were gone/taken care of, so the cichlid got left in a 2 gallon beta bowl in a corner because no one knew he was there.... for almost two weeks >.> So now the fish is mine. I named him Jim (yes, it's a Doctor Who joke). He's still in the tiny beta bowl for right now but at least he's not swimming in two inches of brown scum anymore! I'm going to get him a new tank setup today once my ride gets off work. (I'd like to post a pic but I keep getting an error, so here's a link) He's still in the tiny (very temporary) bowl right now. That pic is from yesterday. He's already managed to scum up the water (it's not brown but it's foggy) but I don't want to change it again until I get the new tank; he's been stressed out enough by the move and the original tank cleaning. [For those that down know, fish need a lot more space than people think. Goldfish, for example, need about three gallons of water per fish, bare minimum, as well as a filter because goldfish are filthy and will scum up the water really fast and also the water needs to circulate to stay properly oxygenated. If you take care of them right, goldfish can live up to about ten years. Keeping most kinds of fish in a tiny little bowl like this is not good for them.] I'll have pictures of the new tank when I get it (because I'm totally going to want to show off, haha). Anyway, I'm going to have to get some tank cleaners that Jim won't murder (he's very territorial and, as has been mentioned, a serial killer, so no fishy roommates for Jim) . My mom suggested apple snails but I don't know much about them other than they're snails (and I assume Jim would have a hard time murdering a critter with a hard shell). I'm open to any suggestions.