Fluorescent fish are very common in nature. In fact, a recent study conducted by the American Museum of Natural History found more than species of fish that are naturally fluorescent under blue light. Fluorescent fish can be observed expressing vibrant green, red, and orange fluorescence patterns across a very diverse range of species, including more than 50 families.
By Shellie Alyssa Brought to you by Cuteness Brought to you by Cuteness GloFish come in vibrant fluorescent colors such as red, green, blue, orange, purple and pink. They are genetically engineered zebra danio fish, also known as zebra fish. Scientists placed a naturally occurring fluorescence gene in the zebra danio, which resulted in the vibrant colored fish seen today.
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Sandra 5 years ago Ive raised glofish around about 3 or 4 times over 2 year period to keep new one in while old one goes.. No i dont sell them, it because it illeal to sell but i think it okay to just give some away to only your family. But genally 3 or 4 times i done it only 10 or little less survive out of bunch
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