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Old 05-25-2010, 06:50 PM   #21
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And if yours breed, it's against the law to sell them, since they are trademarked.
Its actually illegal to even breed them lol, although that be kinda hard to get caught with as long as you kept it to yourself.
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Old 05-25-2010, 06:53 PM   #22
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Ha Ha I think you just wrote the next episode of Animal cops.
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Old 05-25-2010, 06:56 PM   #23
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hahaha searching everyones tanks for glofish fry hahaha
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Old 05-25-2010, 10:45 PM   #24
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Hahaha! Ah man, that would be funny!
Wayne~ It would be kinda hard to keep them from breeding too huh? (Kinda like some of the people around where I live *grumble*)
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Hahaha! Ah man, that would be funny!
Wayne~ It would be kinda hard to keep them from breeding too huh? (Kinda like some of the people around where I live *grumble*)

lmao! yea some people that have like 5 kids, one after the other after the other. I think they are crazy! One is enough work lol. They should make it illegal for some people to breed also.... i know quite a few who could stand to be sterilized....

anyways, lol, on the glofish. aren't danios one of those kinds that just breed like crazy anyways? what are you supposed to do say no fishies dont do it?

plus someone has to breed them in order to keep em coming....

I like natural unique fish. That's why I am having a hard time deciding what else I want, I want something different and independant. Too bad most of those wont fit ina 29 gal.

I am starting to worry -I cant find Alejandro . He must be sleeping in his cave.
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anyways, lol, on the glofish. aren't danios one of those kinds that just breed like crazy anyways? what are you supposed to do say no fishies dont do it?
they are easy to breed just like normal danio. its not illegal to breed them but it is to sell them. i am not even sure if you can trade or give them away.

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plus someone has to breed them in order to keep em coming....
the company who changed their dna breeds them and sells them like crazy.
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"4)*Intentional breeding and/or any sale, barter, or trade, of any offspring of GloFish® fluorescent ornamental fish is strictly prohibited." from GloFish® Fluorescent Fish License Notice
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what they say and what they can really hold up is 2 different things. it would be hard to prove you intentional were breeding them. more so how would they know?
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Do they still glo when their dead?
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I know mg, just stating the facts lol. They'd probably eat the eggs anyway if left with em. Btw I don't ever remember the ones I kept ever glowing. I mean they were colorful but that's it. Maybe they were defective lol.
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