By Thomas Winslow/ Santaaa
Origin or Range: Aquariums, Labs, and Pet stores
Temperature: 70's F
Not Recommend:can live as low as 62 F and as high as 86 F
Ease Of Keeping: Easy
Aggressiveness: easy going
Lighting: Black Light
*NOTE* Do NOT leave black lights on for more than a few minutes.
Can cause BLINDNESS in your fish. It must be completely dark for your fish to glow
Regular Aquarium Lighting also.
Minimum Tank Size:5 gallons
Feeding: Fish flakes, live brine shrimp, frozen brine shrimp, HBH betta bites, General Fish food
Breeding: Egglayer. Use same methods as Zebra Danios as they are genetically engineered Zebra Danios
Glofish © www.glofish.com
Picture Credit: www.glofish.com
Thanks glofish.com for your allowing your web sites pics to be used for publications.
There are three colors currently available for purchase.
The original Starfire red, Electric Green, and Sunburst Orange
Can be kept alone but appear more active in groups. My friend currently has had his glofish an original one for about 4-5 years and it is still alive and swimming. Very Hardy fish.
For more information and to find where you can purchase your Genetically Engineered friend visit:
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