First time post here. So I have to first say thanks for all the great advice that's already here in getting my little 10g tank set up. So this morning, I came down to do my usual feeding. I grabbed the food from the cabinet and put it on the table next to the tank. The morning was overcast, so the hallway where the tank is at was kind of dark. I'm also still in a sleepy state at this point, but I see something on the table next to tank. In quick thoughts, I first thought it was bug of some sort but it wasn't moving, then thought it was some fish flakes. Strangely, while I'm thinking this, I also thought why would a bug or fish flakes have the shape of a fish? Finally, I get my senses, I reach over and turn on the hallway light, and bend down to get a closer look and shockingly it's one of my CPDs. Sadly, dead and completely dried. Somehow, in the middle of the night, the CPD jumped out of the water and against all odds flew between the 1/4 inch gap between the edge of the tank and the glass cover, and past away on the table. My current suspect is a bigger female CPD, who recently started chasing this smaller one away from the males. I also have a couple of Platies, but they just like to lounge around the bottom and do nothing until feeding time. There's also one Spotted Blue Eye Rainbow that use to chase the CPDs, but lately has decided to join the CPD swimming pattern. Anyway, I'll probably never know how it happened, but I thought I'd share my most unusual morning (in fish terms).