We were looking for a few new friends to add to our tank with our male betta.

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We were looking for a few new friends to add to our tank with our male betta. I had seen a lof the the “glofish” and was worried they may have been injected or dyed or didn’t want to be a part of that. After doing some research, I discovered they are born that way… thank goodness. Fire the betta is now enjoying 3 new Glofish tanks mates!

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I personally wouldnt do glofish. they do better with groups of 5+, and because of their colors, the betta might want to nip at them

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I’d also be concerned what type of glofish because they aren’t their own species. Many are actually skirt tetras which are extremely nippy and will terrorize a betta.

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nd just so you know they aren’t “natural”. They are born that way but it’s because they added genes from jellyfish to different types of tropical fish. It started as an attempt to identify polluted water. Which is neat in my opinion Basically they were trying to .make them only glow when the water quality was bad. People liked the look and that’s how they came into the hobby.

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This is my new fact

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