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Old 07-02-2013, 12:43 AM   #11
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This might sound like a crazy question but can glofish breed? And will the babies be colored!
They can breed but the babies will only be reg zebras i think
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They can breed but the babies will only be reg zebras i think
Nope, since it is genetic, they pass it on. The babies look like little fruity pebbles
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Nope, since it is genetic, they pass it on. The babies look like little fruity pebbles
Lol, I have always wondered ever since I seen them at petsmart.
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yeah its crazy how even the eggs glow its unnatural
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Thanks for the facts. I suppose I should have read up before talkin but thanks you
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Old 07-02-2013, 01:58 AM   #16
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Ewww... I hate fruity pebbles. Any fruity cereal really. They all taste filmy.

Not too fond of glofish either. As bud said, they are getting so commercial. It makes me sick to see 1.5 gallon tanks advertised for them. In fact, I don't think I've seen a single "glofish tank" that is actually suitable for them (20 long or larger). Just 1.5 and 5 gallon. I have talked a couple people out of them in Walmart lately. Or at least into getting a bigger tank and a blue lightbulb for it. And why keep making so many more kinds? Angelfish are gorgeous, why make them glow?
I know , I actually think that no fish should be in anything smaller than 2 gallons , except if its temporary
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Some people are trying to sell glofish sushi.
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I I would never eat glofish sushi. I love glofish and honestly I don't like sushi.
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The topic of this thread is "Glofish facts". If you want to talk about and post pictures of your lizards that's fine, just do it in the appropriate forum and stop hijacking this one.

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Angelfish are gorgeous, why make them glow?
to make money, plain and simple. I can only imagine how much one would cost. the most i've ever seen is the regular glofish, and glo-tetras. I've seen green tiger barbs, but they didn't really glow.
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