Hey Everyone, Im new to this site, but not fish keeping. I've been caring for several bettas, and a community tank for approx 2 years now. I have 3 male bettas, all residing in their own, 5 gallon, planted tank. I also have 3 adult panda cories, of whom, I owned for approximately 2 years. They live with Julii and False Julii Cories, Cardinal tetras, male guppies, glofish, and several zebra nertites in a mature planted tank. (Ammonia, Nitrites are 0, Nitrates hover between 0 and 5 PPM.) I dont have to do water changes, just simply add water once a week. Once a month though, I do a 30% water change in 4 of my tanks. Okay, enough back ground. LOL. Today... I woke to an amazing discovery! A little baby Panda Cory! Hes made it through the odds. I never intended to breed my fish. I keep them for my enjoyment. Today, I found a little newbie, that I didnt add! I have no idea how old he is. My guestimation is anywhere from 3 weeks to 3 months. I will post some pictures, and any ideas would be great. He is approximately 5/8ths of an inch long. He looks like a miniature adult, except his pale color is much more translucent then the adults! So... Is there anything I need to do special, to help this little one survive? image If the images dont work, here is alink to the FB album, I posted the pics to!