Hi all! So a few days ago I noticed a fair few minuscule zebra danio fry attached to the wall of my 20 gallon community tank. Usually I let nature take it's course, and until now I've not seen any live fry in my tank, but seeing them there and knowing they'd soon be eaten (my other fish were already seeking them out) , I did not have the heart to just leave them be. I've decided to try and save them! Now , I've got multiple problems. firstly , I don't have a cycled tank for them. So I ran out and bought a little plastic 2 gallon , heater and air pump/stone ,just for temporary housing They've only been in there 2 days and are free swimming. I've started feeding liquifry and added some moss from my community tank for them to feed from too and they seem to be doing ok. So , to my understanding, from what I've read so far, I'll need to perform daily water changes with an uncycled tank? How do you perform a water change with such tiny fry? I'm extremely worried I'm going to suck them up. I'm going to purchase a 10 gallon and cycle it for them to move into , but what can I do to keep them as comfortable as possible for the mean time? There are around 30 and they're maybe 1-2mm total length. Sorry if these seem like silly questions, I'm fairly new to fishkeeping in general and have no experience at all with fry All help is highly appreciated, I'm very concerned for the little guys, so thank you in advance!