06-10-2012, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Chesherca
He should be, yes . . . but he seems happy enough to me? Doesn't look stressed, though I'm sure he could be happier with more of his kind. A friend of mine has 5 glofish adults, and they spawn literally EVERY TIME she does a water change. They do breed true to their coloration, and she has hundreds of itty bitty GloFish fry to prove it. The problem is that she can't sell them, because the fish is trademarked, branded, and copyrighted - sale but through their own company is prohibited. *shakes head* Humans are stupid, I swear!
Well just because an animal doesn't look stressed doesn't mean it isn't. I know they are supposed to be in a shoal and he doesn't have that so there must be some stress involved.
Originally Posted by Olympia
Yes they are genetically modified so they are illegal to sell.
Why not get some more glofish though? There was a thread on here about glofish and regular danios- and one or the other was being cruel to it's opposites. Though there really is no logic behind that. o-o
Not to be mean but Little Brave the glow-fish is a little eye sore in the 75 gallon tank. The tank is set up to mimic something more natural...and at times that little glow-fish is bothersome visually. I don't want anymore radically colored fish in the tank. So if I get him a shoal it will be more natural looking tank-mates.
Last edited by Sanguinefox; 06-10-2012 at 01:27 PM..