Just recently started restocking my 75 gal tank. I have 1 small pleco, 4 cory cats, and 6 rasbora (het.). What makes me sad is that all the fish are super shy and skittish. I have three fake logs/stumps, rocks of varying sizes, and multiple fake plants of varying sizes so I think I have enough cover for them. (I will try to upload a picture soon) To see any of the fish you have to hunt for them like you were playing an I-spy game. The pleco has officially been named Houdini since the first 3 weeks he was in the tank he hid so well that I could not ever find him and thought he was dead. I now know he hides inside the fake stump and all cory cats hide either underneath the stump or between a couple rocks. The Rasbora hide behind the stump most of the time unless I walk over to the tank and then they scatter. The Rasbora have only been in the tank half a week so it may just be since they are new but the pleco and cory cats have been there longer and they still hide. What I would really like to know is if there is anything I can do to help my fish to not be so shy. Do they need more/fewer hiding spaces or a larger school to hang with or braver fish to get them out of their shell? I know I don't have many fish in the tank yet, but to look at the tank you wouldn't think I had any fish. Any help would be appreciated.