Hello! I’m new to the turtle world (though not the tortoise world. I’ve had a tortoise for a year and a half just about and she’s fantastic) - so I decided to get a water turtle (next I’d love to get a box turtle but that’s later) anyway after my turtle came in (a common stinkpot musk turtle) well he was shy (no surprise for his species) and so I thought maybe a couple fish would make his environment more enriching (I know they’re solitary creatures and I know he doesn’t need a “friend” this was strictly for his comfort and I knew fully he could end up eating them), so I went to go buy some guppies, thinking if he ate them, well he’s a turtle but as a stinkpot he’s so freaking small I completely underestimated him thinking he surely would be unable... The pet store had no guppies so I got three (feeder) minnows for like 20 cents a piece. It was all great and fine until a couple days ago one vanished. Today we took the tank apart completely, checked every crevice, and the filter as well. No minnow. So now I’m wondering - are the minnows safe for him to eat? Are guppies (which I still plan to get unless otherwise advised against) not a good idea? There is so much misinformation and/or contradictory information out there I’m SO confused. One site said to not feed guppies, another said feed guppies, one said not to feed fish at all... any advice or information would be gladly appreciated. Should I get him a couple guppies? Shrimp? Snails? Should I just feed the pellets and forget live animals? I know I have to be careful not to over crowd his tank as well. As of now I have one slightly bigger than quarter-sized stinkpot turtle and two (feeder) minnows which are just an inch or so bigger than the guppies would’ve been. Thanks for any advice you might have. I just want to give my little guy (or girl; who knows haha!) the best life possible.