So to start with a little background info, I have a 75 gallon tank with very good filtration. Amongst other fish, I have two half-banded spiny eels in the tank. I got the first one at about 4 inches and he has been picky... but immediately ate the frozen bloodworms I offered him. He has been fine and growing ever since. The problem is with the second one. I purchased this one at about 6 inches and he has more girth to him. In fact, it looks like he has eaten well his entire life. The issue is that he won’t touch anything I have offered. He won’t touch any frozen food, yet alone pellets. I have even purchased a few ghost shrimp here and there in hopes he will snack on them at night but as many of you probably know, finding tiny shrimp in a 75 gallon is no easy task. Therefore, I am unable to confirm if he has even tried to go after any. I have had him for over a week and a half. All the other inhabitants are eating well. Parameters are all fine and the tank is always taken care of. In other words I am pretty sure he isn’t sick. I am thinking I will have to try live food. I have the choice to order live black worms from the LFS... do any of you know if those would do the trick? Or any other live food recommendations? I hate to have to turn to live foods as there is always risk of disease but I see no other option. Any ideas or recommendations would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!