I got 3 (dwarf) pea puffers this weekend and, I've fed them a few times, but I have never seen them eat. When I feed them frozen bloodworms, I feel like they don't eat them. I go back an hour later to clean up the leftovers so they don't rot and cause an ammonia spike, but it looks like they didn't touch any of it. I did see a puffer pick up and move a bloodworm once, but not eat it. I wonder if the bloodworms might be too big for their tiny mouths? I did throw 4 pond snails in the tank on day 1, and hours later all 4 of those snails were still alive and kickin'. I didn't see the first dead snail until day 3. So, it looks like my pea puffers are picky eaters? What else can I be feeding them if they aren't intersted in frozen bloodworms or pond snails? Or are they just not eating when I'm around? Do they not like to be watched when they eat? Will they not eat if I'm watching?