Recently I adopted a snowflake moray eel from @FeliciaLynn and all seemed well. Unfortunately in the weeks since original introduction I have been losing fish. Initially my eldest clownfish who was already ancient but more recently a hogfish and a tomini tank. From what I have read before acquiring the eel and from what Felicia also believed that my 92G tank was more than large enough for the ~30cm eel. The fish were also believed to all have been of sufficient size to not have been threatened by the eel. I am worrying though that the loss of these fish since the introduction of the eel is not a coincidence. The remaining fish seem somewhat stressed by the eel but that could just be adjustment to the loss of the other tank mates. Have others found snowflakes to be good citizens or troublemakers? Should I make plans to rehome the eel ASAP before losing the rest of the fish?