字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (guitar music) - Another shipment from the airport. What do we got? Not a lot. Really hot out, didn't wanna risk too much but, got a full bag of black ranchus. We'll be getting those into a tank. What else did we get? Hopefully, it's all alive. Yep, this is a bag full of espei rasboras. These guys the porkchops, they're a little smaller. And then, what else did we get here? Uh oh, that's not good. That's a bunch of, supposed to be blue angelfish except, most of them aren't alive, so that's no good but, that's why we don't ship that much. Aw, that's just brutal, that's brutal. Ugh, so I wanna say it's supposed to be like 50 of them or something. I can count one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 10 or 12 that are upright at the moment, so I wanna work on these first. I'm gonna put the camera down and see if I can't save any of these. So here we are, here's the blue angels. A lot of them are still struggling. They're definitely ammonia-burned and, their slime coats are just shot. You see this guy up here, he's just, covered in gunk. Hopefully we'll pull them through, you know? But when they swim like that, it's not a good sign. What else do we got? Then we got the rasbora espei. They're doing better, I can see a couple of dead bodies in there, but they're starting to eat, that's an important sign. Overall, doing pretty good. And then we got the black ranchus over here. They're doing okay, you know? Their slime coat's a little beat up because they just got through shipping, but that'll repair. Yeah, so not the worst shipment ever, but not a great one by any means. We also got plants in. Show you some other things, like this is the guppy tank that, guppies we had to bring in because we sell so many. I think I might have missed this shipment, this is from last week. This is, 250 rummy nose tetras. Doesn't seem like it when you see it on video but, you start counting them, there's a lot in there. These are neon green rasboras. Here's a group of angels. Trying to think, I think I showed these ones already. These are black neons there in quarantine. Yeah, so, lots of stuff but, more shipments as always, you know? Probably three or four a week at least, so, tune in for more. So I thought I'd show you guys some of my new goldfish that I'm adding to the studio tank, so to speak. I've got two large ryukins down here. One's a veiltail, one's kind of a standard short-tail. These guys are just kind of beastly. One has kind of got an eye problem, you know. So, it's great to go in my tank, 'cause I don't mind, it's basically blind in one eye. That's this guy here but, he's big. You can see my hand here, he's fairly huge, looking at him from top down. But we're gonna put him in as soon as he calms down here, there we go. So there we go. There's one big boy in, you can see he's roughly similar size to the other one there. And a better color honestly, but you know, he does have that eye problem there but he can live with me all the same. And then, this one's a nice calico ryukin veiltail. I mean, this thing is beautiful. Something like this would go over 200. You can see how big that tail is and everything. Doesn't like being held, but soon as it calms down, we'll lift it in as well. And we can just see that tail there. Tell me that's not one of the most beautiful fish ever. That tail is bigger than some of the fish in here, and these aren't tiny fish by any means, but you can see just how big that fish is next to my other big ryukin, the normal one that's in there. Which he's got a little tumor, but that's why he gets to live with me instead of being sold. This guy I just fell in love with and I actually did sell him to a friend once. And now I've gotten it back and I'm excited to have because I didn't want to sell it the first time, but I always sell fish the first time to customers. I give them a week to buy them and then after that, I get to keep what I like and this guy got snatched up before I got to take him. So I'm excited to have him back and have him thriving in my tank. Also got one more kind of medium to large-sized ranchu that I'm adding to my collection here. And it's just a calico. I've only got baby ranchus in this tank, so I wanted one that's bigger, and people wanted to see more of them from the store and stuff. I just loved his face on him honestly, his face was really cool. So he's not tiny and he's not huge like these ryukins are but, he is definitely a, nice size there. Obviously dwarfs that tiny one right there. But yeah, added some fish. I've got a few more and some more things to come, so stay tuned with goldfish. But I'm just enamored by goldfish, as you guys can probably already tell and you probably already know. Yeah, let me know if you guys wanna see more goldfish stuff. All right, another shipment, here we go. Get it open here and see what we got. Every time, how can I do this every time? I think I'm ready, and I forget this rubber band every time. I swear, one day, I won't forget this, and you guys will be impressed, so I don't have to waste your time. But lots of bags, as you guys might be able to see here. I picked a lot of stuff, so I'm just gonna start pulling it out. First, red turquoise discus. We've got, should be six of those. Float them over here in the discus and quarantine them all together. Well let's see here. Which I would only ever do it from this source. This source I trust much better than other sources. Other sources always get quaratined off to the side. But more discus. I'm just gonna, this trip's gonna take way too long if I keep doing that, so I'm gonna find stuff that's not discus here. Cobalt blue discus? What? I don't know, does that look like cobalt blue to you guys? Doesn't really look like cobalt blue to me, that looks more like red turquoise. Let's see here. That's cobalt blue. Huh. I'm not so convinced. What do I got here? Oh here's a little zebra pleco. Try and show you that in a tank when it's done, but let me move some of this stuff out of the way and we'll keep going. All right, I got all those discus out of the way, which I think there was 12 of them or something like that. Then we've got assassin snails, 25 of those. And then we've got frogs, gross! And then we've got pygmy hatchetfish, you don't see those everyday. These guys stay about the size you see them in the bag here. Definitely gonna go in the quarantine for these guys. It's already one dead, but they tend to be fairly sensitive through shipping. I'll get all these moved out and we'll go to the next layer. Next layer, let's see what we've got. We've got Siamese algae eaters. Still not very big. Darn it. I've been having problems getting in large Siamese algae eaters but, not a lot I can do about that if they're not coming to the country. They're just all small. Let's see what we got next here. Corydoras paleatus, salt and pepper cories. 18 of those, they look good. Then we've got, oh yes, here is a jardini. I ordered it 'cause it's a little bit larger size, hoping it would be ready to eat pellets right away. So that will make my employee happy, I'm sure. Let's see, what else did I get? Let's go back over to the goodie box. Corydoras trilineatus, or basically julii cories, they look to be doing all right. And then, we got otocinclus, good. Always need more of those. Ember tetras. I ordered these again even though I still have some because they came in big, which is good. And then, last but not least, more trilineatus. Looks like that's all in there, nope, nope, that's a lie. We've got cardinal tetras. Yeah, I wanna get these all put away and then we'll probably chime in with how they look once they hit some water. Now here's the jardini. Looks like he's got a little bit of hemorrhaging in his tail fin. I don't know if he was getting beat up by other jardinis or if it's shipping stress but, I've got come zebra danios from the hunt and we'll see how it goes. We got meds in the water, obviously. But hopefully we can turn around, get him on pellets and get him ready for someone to buy him. Let's see, down here... We got the assassin snails, then we've also got the zebra pleco. You can see here the assassin snails are overrun by other snails at the moment. Let's see, what else did we get? We brought our other stuff on the sales floor, like we had all these locally bred angels, which this is all from one person, by the way, so when I show other angels, know they're all from them, one spawn. But over here, down a few more tanks, we've got chocolate gouramis. Just brought those out from quarantine. Let's see, what else did we bring out? We brought out, we go down over here. Brought out the green neon rasbora. Those are always cool. Still got the wild caught discus. And we've got, and these goldfish, I don't know if I've shown them on camera yet, but we've got, I've showed them on underwater camera on the Facebook page. (water lapping) But big orandas, these are hand size, and then, big ranchus also. Size comparison, these guys over here are pretty small. Then of course, we've got Murphy. Got the wind blowing on me, so I'm sure this audio is terrible but, I apologize. Yeah, so, back in the quarantine room. Lots more angels, all from the same person. This is one spawn of angelfish, so this tank, and this tank, and this tank here, all filled with angels, all from one spawn. Over here, we've got, supposedly it's a pair of blue acaras. We'll see how that goes. And then, I think I showed these off already but oh yeah, more angels, still from the same spawn. So yeah, that when I say one spawn of angels can flood a store, a few spawns can flood a state. We've got baby black ranchus in here.