We have two tetras in QT right now. One is a blushing and the other a green glofish. They are both SUPER neurotic. We just finished a 6 week QT on a pink and a purple glofish tetra and after 24 hours lights out they were pretty chill and would even meet you at the front of the glass at feeding times. These two new ones are insane. They can see me from across the room and immediately cower in the furthest corners of the tank, and if I get too close to the tank (like to feed them) they start bashing them selves against the glass wildly! They have been lights out for 72 hours except for feeding times, which has been painful to watch. They eat, but not until they have rammed their head into the glass a dozen times after I drop the food in. To be clear, this is not glass surfing. Its a head on collision. I have never seen fish react this way for this long in QT. The QT is pretty sparsely decorated; just a few wisteria cuttings, a crypto, and a java fern. We are headed to the store to grab a few caves for them tomorrow. I'm a little concerned about how these specific fish are going to integrate in our main tank. We have have a male and female Alpha and a third that holds his own in there. I'm a little worried these guys won't make it in the main tank after QT. Any pointers on making them less crazy in QT and integrating them successfully into our school?