11-13-2008, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by iamntbatman
GloFish are genetically engineered. Their coloration *is* a part of their DNA, so their offspring will have that property. I'm not sure exactly what it would look like if the different colors interbred, since each color is a different genetic strain. Also, as I pointed out in another thread, it's illegal to breed GloFish on purpose.
Yes, I've wondered that too...which parent would they take after? Also, do they breed according to color? Like, red to red and green to green? Anyone know for sure?
These are the most interesting fish I've ever had.