So I added 6 Neon Tetras to my 29 gallon that has 7 Rhombo Barbs and 6 Zebra Danios that have been in the tank for a bit. So I acclimated the Neons to the tank for about an hour and dropped them in. As soon as they hit the water the Danios began to chase and bully them. Then the Barbs began to chase and attempt to eat them. I immediately fed everyone in hopes to settle the crew down but I lost two Neons almost within minutes after everyone ate. I turned off the lights an hour and a half earlier than the timer to try and settle the remaining Neons down. When I woke up this morning I didn’t see any of the Neons so I prepared to search and remove the little guys after lunch. I do not have another tank so I couldn’t move them out of harms way. All of a sudden while eating 3 of them appeared looking very good and vibrant. I was happy to see that somehow they survived! The rest of the tank seems to be ok with them now and are leaving them alone. I know they need a decent sized school to l thrive and survive so my question is if I get more to join them will the same thing happen again or will the bullies leave them alone? I don’t want to buy more to get killed but I also don’t want the remaining 3 to be stressed alone. What should I do? The danios are fairly small and the some of the barbs are about at full size. It’s a community tank and everyone else has played nice with each other. They chase each other from time to time but nothing aggressive till yesterday. Sorry for the long post but I wanted advice on what to do and I felt the backstory needed to be explained.