Hello everyone, I am new here so I am sorry if I missed any procedures or if this is in the wrong spot or anything. So over the past week I have been setting up my tank with the hopes of it being mildly self sustaining once I get it up and running. By this I simply mean that I want it to have very little human interaction, maybe a few water changes every few months or whenever necessary. Right now I am cycling it and finding plants to put in, however I would really appreciate any suggestions for freshwater fish to place in. I will be putting in red cherry shrimp and Malaysian trumpet snails most likely, but what fish would be able to thrive in this tank? I preferably want a good breeding fish like endlers or guppies, but what would be able to thrive off of eating mostly the plants and maybe some shrimp fry or snails? And also would I be able to have a predator in this tank at all or is that more wishful thinking? I was thinking of a peacock eel as i read that they only have to eat a few times a week but I want to make sure. I would let each level of the food chain get established before moving up to the next one. Thank you all for the help!