Hey guys, Megan here with a new unboxing today. Cause you know, I love my American Express and my American Express loves me. So this is a new fish order from Aqua Huna. I don’t know how to pronounce it, but we’ve got some new fish now. I am actually just restocking a couple of schools.
These aren’t new fish for me in terms of aquarium, moving my water, but they are new to me for Aqua Huna. Huna. Whatever. Let’s open the box. So I ordered these on Friday of last week and as of filming, it is Wednesday and they have arrived via priority mail on the USPS.
Same thing as last time. I am going to switch to my phone so that you can see what it looks like when it comes out. Okay, so here is the inside of the package with live arrival guarantee.
Why do I always have trouble getting these out? Let’s just do this.
Also, I’m doing this one handed. It’s probably easier if I did it with both hands, but these are the games we play. Okay, here we go. Here are the fish.
Now I’m going to gently try and open this big bag up.
All right, first up we have so unfortunately, they are not labeled, so we have to remember what we ordered. Is there really no packing list or anything? Alright, let me pull up my order. So I think these are my Pygmy Cories, but I don’t think they are. I think they might actually be Emerald Dwarf Rasboras.
Now the picture of them on the website is vastly different than these guys. So I’m going to show you what they look like.
So hopefully their color will come in soon. And also, I don’t see any dead guys. Now if you look, you can see the tiny little dots on their tails and that’s what makes me see tiny, tiny little dots on their tails. Let’s see if I can. As you can see.
So hopefully these guys are just stressed from shipping and will come into their color soon. I hope they’re okay. Actually, I lied to you. I said first that these were all restocks and the Emerald Dwarf Rasboras are new to me, so we’ll see how they go.
Next up, Ottos. These are my Pygmy cories and that makes way more sense.
Next up are my Ottos. My actual Ottos.
These guys live with my pea puffers, who surprisingly always really gotten along well with both my Ottos and Platy fry I put in there because I had too many and I was like, well, maybe nature will take care of this for me. And no, the pea puffers left the Platy fry alone and now they’re all big. And shrimp. They don’t eat my shrimp either. I have a very nice, very polite school of pea puffers who I got from Aquahuna. Last but not least, I got a reup of Kuhli Loaches if I can get them out.
Oh, wow. Look how big they are Kuhli Loaches are great bottom feeders and are super fun. I have different loaches, different Kuhli Loaches. Some of them you’ll find that kind of look like snakes with their colorings, like they look kind of like diamondbacks or something like that. And some of them just have a really blushy look to them.
These ones kind of look like they’re in the middle of that. You can see that they have a little bit of stripy coloring to them.
And yeah, I’m really excited for my Kuhli Loaches because they have such cool personalities. I have one that loves to ride my snails all the time. Whatever. Hitchin ride. So there you go.
Kuhli looches, pygmy cories, ottos and emerald dwarf raspboras. I will let you know later on in another video if the emerald respboras have any color that comes in. Like I said, they’re probably just pretty stressed from shipping, so we’ll give that a shot. But yeah, that was my order from Aqua huna.
Whatever. Have you ordered anything from them? This is my second order from them, and to this day still really pleased. Now, if you’ve bought anything from them that you love, let me know, because who doesn’t love a good new reason to go shopping, right? So leave a comment, let me know if you bought anything from them that you like, and I will see you in the next video.