He was sold to us as a "small, no maintenance cleanup fish" before we knew better. He is currently in a 20 gallon tank with some tetras and seems happy, so I'm not in a huge rush to get rid of him, but think he might have a better life somewhere he is more appreciated. We have dreams of a more colourful community tank which is difficult to do with the amount of space these guys take up as adults. He is very polite and has never given the tetras any grief, although I suspect he may have had something to do with the Shrimp Murders of 2022. His name is Earl, after my grandfather, but I'm sure he wouldn't be too upset if you renamed him.