Hi guys! Sorry I have been so MIA on this board. I finished my final semester in Nursing school and now am now studying for my boards. I love studying so much I am playing on Fishlore. My daughter, who is in 3rd grade, had class crayfish that were being rehomed before the end of the school year. I decided to take one because it was free, and why not? Well, I put it in my 55 endler tank. She has eaten one endler already, and I was wondering how many endlers a day a crayfish can consume? The tank is overfilled with endlers right now, but I feel guilty putting this unexpected predator in their midst. Should I move the crayfish to another tank? My local fish store is not accepting endlers right now, and I have 6 smaller tanks dedicated to certain strains of endlers. The 55 is my hybrid- anything goes-tank. I have another 55 waiting to be set up to reduce the quantity of endlers in my original 55, but I have not had time due to the studying I am supposed to be doing for the NCLEX exam. I feel like I am watching Jaws every time I watch this crayfish in this tank. I was kinda shocked to see the elementary school teacher had the crayfish in open tupperware container with very little water. I am sure this poor crayfish cannot believe his luck being in a 55 with little endler fish all around. What would you guys do? Leave "Mrs. Tickles" in here, or put her in another tank? Thanks in advance Best Lisa.