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post #41 of 81 Old 12-06-2006, 12:28 AM
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hmmmmm. wat is the point of dyeing fish???? not that fun...

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Here is a picture of dyed glassfish. Although it may look nice, please do not buy this fish as it encourages fish-dyeing that is dreadfully harmful and cruel to the fish.



hmmm im such a noob i didnt know this was dyed fish.....wow you guys are awesome!!! you guys are so cool and knowledgable about fish !! awesome!!=D. wats the easiest way to spot a dyed fish? thankx you guys are awesome!!

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Sad isn't it?


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Re: hmmmmm. wat is the point of dyeing fish???? not that fun

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hmmm im such a noob i didnt know this was dyed fish.....wow you guys are awesome!!! you guys are so cool and knowledgable about fish !! awesome!!=D. wats the easiest way to spot a dyed fish? thankx you guys are awesome!!
Hiya and welcome abaord.

The only way to distinguish them is try familiarizing yourself with the natural strains of fish. If you saw a fish and you feel that it seems unnatural in coloration, try to either do a research or ask us, of course. We can help you determine that and you'll be able to save your cash from unscrupulous trades.:)
Try to observe the fish's appearance(more on coloration) closely. Most of the fish dyed have colors apearing brightly on their lateral line. Dye is not permanent and the fish dyed suffers a lot. Dyed fish are quite vulnerable to lymphocystis. And most of them do not last long this way.
Glad to see this thread is helping you and other fish enthusiasts.

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hmmm im such a noob i didnt know this was dyed fish.....wow you guys are awesome!!! you guys are so cool and knowledgable about fish !! awesome!!=D. wats the easiest way to spot a dyed fish? thankx you guys are awesome!!
Hiya and welcome abaord.

The only way to distinguish them is try familiarizing yourself with the natural strains of fish. If you saw a fish and you feel that it seems unnatural in coloration, try to either do a research or ask us, of course. We can help you determine that and you'll be able to save your cash from unscrupulous trades.:)
Try to observe the fish's appearance(more on coloration) closely. Most of the fish dyed have colors apearing brightly on their lateral line. Dye is not permanent and the fish dyed suffers a lot. Dyed fish are quite vulnerable to lymphocystis. And most of them do not last long this way.
Glad to see this thread is helping you and other fish enthusiasts.

Good luck.
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Parrots are banned in my book. Any fish that has been genetically altered to provide entertainment for a human is just sick. Maybe its time to start dying people, dogs, cats, birds...??? Where are the morals behind something like that? There are a lot of sick and twisted people out there, and I think they should be subject to the same kind of treatment they offer animals and other people. Reap what you sow....
The hard part for me to understand is why the market for these animals hasn't completely died out enough for them to stop producing them? Can't any person with a brain see how inhumane this practice is? Sometimes people disgust me....and I have to say I'm ashamed to be human. We are the only species that spends all it's time destroying everything around us, even our own. If there is ever an end to mankind, it will be the fault of mankind.

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post #46 of 81 Old 12-06-2006, 04:42 AM
I agree. If anyone ever watches "The Dog Whisperer" with Ceasar Mylan, there was an episode where he helped a lady who loved EVERYTHING pink, with pink rooms, pink decor, which included dying her dog pink. She she be banned from earth!
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I agree. If anyone ever watches "The Dog Whisperer" with Ceasar Mylan, there was an episode where he helped a lady who loved EVERYTHING pink, with pink rooms, pink decor, which included dying her dog pink. She she be banned from earth!
Eddie, were you referring to the pink maltese in this link?

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post #48 of 81 Old 12-10-2006, 12:28 PM
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if you bought a dyed fish would they tell you it had been dyed. only i had a goldfish that was a gold colour and now he's turned creamish
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post #49 of 81 Old 12-10-2006, 03:23 PM
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TBH i do think the ''powder puff'' (as they are called) parrots look really impressive, but to people who know abit about fish (all of the above for instance ) know that to modify in such a way cant be good for the fish
but to the ignorant as i said at top they do look impressive, people who know nothing are the saps whom will buy them cos they are 'pretty' to look at??!!!!

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if you bought a dyed fish would they tell you it had been dyed. only i had a goldfish that was a gold colour and now he's turned creamish
Goldfish aren't dyed. They have a tendency to change colors as they grow so you're alright.:)
No. People will not tell you that those are dyed fish and neither will those who don't know about fish. The best thing you can do is familiarize yourself with the appearance of dyed and natural selections.:)

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