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Artificially Dyed Frogs in China | Oddity Central - Collecting Oddities
Doubt you could get away with that in the U.S.
Well, the glowfish are SLIGHTLY different because they are genetically modified to express fluorescent proteins; they aren't dipped in some chemical dye.Wanna bet? Take a stroll through petsmart someday and check out all the "GLOFISH". They even patented them!
Yea I hate all the designer/ scientifically altered fish there. I've seen some little freshwater fish that are all white with colored hearts, smiles, etc. on their sides. The guy said they inject the dye into the fish when they are embryos somehow... I am not a fan at all. I definitely just prefer the natural color, even if it isn't as flashy.Wanna bet? Take a stroll through petsmart someday and check out all the "GLOFISH". They even patented them!
My aquarium buddies give me endless "stuff" about the 37 gallon goldfish cube I have for her.My wife also has a love for goldfish....
!!!!!!!!!! How much for a probable pair!So are you guys telling me there's not going to be any mad rush from DB members to get my line bred albino Varaderos dyed hot pink? Crap, there goes the last two years of my life.
Oh crap, called out on my Pink Floyd morph before I ever made a sale!You know, as much as their product sucks, at least they have a product to sell - unlike some scammers on DB.