Hi Guys, I have a 40L (10ga) aquarium. Filtered, aerated, live plants and driftwood, it sits at 26degC currently has 6 embers, 3 otos, 4 albino corys, and 1 deformed female krib. Weekly 25% water changes Ammonia 0, Nitrites 0, Nitrates 5ppm, PH 7.4, Gh 6-8drops I work at a petshop, and as you know kribs breed easily. We make no attempt to save the the babies, we let them do what they do. Well we found two, kribs in the sump that had survived from babies. one perfect beautiful make, and one who i think must have hurt herself while moving through the filter, her spine is deformed. I decided to take her home as I knew we couldn't sell her. She was so shy at first! She is coming out of her shell nicely, Swimming around, shes even helping me by eating some of the gross (Beard?) algea. But she is still very shy, I was wondering if another female would help? I am aware my tank my be considered over stocked by some, but I maintain it well. I also know people think 40L is too small for a krib, well it is currently my only tank and She needed a new home because she was being bullied. This is her, It's hard to get a good photo, since she is so shy, but you can just see her tail.