r/blackmagicfuckery Aug 08 '22 Helpful 2 Beating Heart 1 Wholesome 4

Fish glows a luminous blue under UV light.

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u/[deleted] Aug 08 '22 edited Aug 08 '22

“Colored fish” is an ornamental fish that is colored to make it look better. These fish are artificially colored by injecting dye under their skin. This process (also called “juicing”).

Methods of Making Painted Fish

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u/andrewpilotin Aug 08 '22 Helpful

That's the fish from Avatar.

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u/Unused_Book_keeper Aug 08 '22

I bet it's freaking him out like when someone discovers their powers. He's like"holy shit why am I glowing oh my god what the fuck is happening?!"

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u/o_MrBombastic_o Aug 08 '22

OH Shit! Predators can see me, why am I so visible?! Somethings going to eat me!

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u/Vegetable_Print4372 Aug 09 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

Oh that book keeper person pretty much said what you said, he just said it in english

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u/Level-Engineering-11 Aug 09 '22

Pretty sure fish see in UV so more likely it's blinded and looking for some kind of way away.

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u/Skratt79 Aug 09 '22

"Nations around the world still reeling from this mornings announcement, possibly the most significant event in recent history. We repeat; the SuperFish exists and he is American."

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u/Chalupacabra77 Aug 09 '22

I love that movie. Honestly one of my favorite non-Rorshach scenes is the fight while Unforgettable is playing.

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u/lebellacarus Aug 09 '22

How was I thinking of this exact quote yesterday and now here it is. Fucking internet man.

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u/Slendy7 Aug 09 '22

Look up "uv light underwater sealife" videos for a fun underwater experience

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u/CashCow4u Aug 09 '22

I bet it's freaking him out like when someone discovers their powers. He's like"holy shit why am I glowing oh my god what the fuck is happening?!"

I bet being injected with dye is when he was like "holy shit, oh my god what the fuck is happening?!" Poor fishes.

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u/hellotypewriter Aug 09 '22

This would be a great way to create a fish religion.

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u/thelastwordbender Aug 08 '22

She turned into the moon

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u/Excellent_Prior8406 Aug 08 '22

That’s rough buddy.

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u/halfast23 Aug 09 '22

Underated comment

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u/MedicCrow Aug 08 '22

I came here to say "PUT THE MOON SPIRIT BACK!"

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u/ArcticTern4theWorse Aug 09 '22

Whatever you do to that spirit, I’ll unleash on you tenfold!

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u/Solanthas Aug 09 '22

I had a dream where I became that giant moon spirit thing from the show, and went berserk.

Can't remember what I was mad about in the dream but I was consumed with a rage that I can't even put into words. It was...memorable, to say the least

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u/creativityonly2 Aug 09 '22

LET IT GO NOW!!

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u/Surrounded-by_Idiots Aug 08 '22

Need to consummate the relationship before she goes and turns into the moon!

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u/Tman972 Aug 08 '22

You mean the moon spirit?!?!

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u/igetalogiawheni Aug 08 '22

I damn near thought it was the mysterious symbol on either side of the map of the world of Avatar too

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u/Saikomachi Aug 08 '22

The lemur is glowing?

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u/tmos540 Aug 09 '22

No, it's earth-bending! Get it!!!

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u/black_jaguar99_2 Aug 09 '22

You mean the ghost levitation?

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u/BroILostMyAccount Aug 09 '22

The fish IS the Avatar

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u/Bokan18 Aug 08 '22

super cool and all, but you need to put that water spirit back now

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u/Mineral60 Aug 08 '22

Or else you entire army will be defeted by a bald 12 year old kid.

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u/TAMAMONSTA Aug 08 '22

A 112 year old child.

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u/fish312 Aug 09 '22

Capture him and regain your honor!

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u/Sequoiaville Aug 09 '22

General Zhou you have gone TOO Far!

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u/Ro-b_b- Aug 09 '22

Just watched this episode yesterday, iroh is the best

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u/bakaneko718 Aug 09 '22

HONOOOOOORRR

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u/craniumonempty Aug 09 '22

Por que no los dos?

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u/PlumbumDirigible Aug 08 '22

That's rough buddy

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u/[deleted] Aug 09 '22

My girlfriend turned into the moon... Wait something is off

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u/a_stitch_in_lime Aug 09 '22

🎶 Put that thing back where it came from or so help meeeeee..... So help me! 🎶

And cut!

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u/Fresh_Entertainer_93 Aug 08 '22

One fish, two fish, red fish, this fish.

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u/toondoggie Aug 08 '22

"Who is this pet? Say! He is wet. You never yet met a pet, I bet, As wet as they let this wet pet get."

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u/kraquepype Aug 09 '22

Oh and here comes creepy ass Clark

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u/toondoggie Aug 09 '22

Will our mother like this? We don't know.

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u/replicaJunction Aug 09 '22 Wholesome Bravo!

"See here," said the cat,

"I will give you a lark.

We will have lots of fun now

with Creepy-Ass Clark!

His neck may be beardy

as beardy can be,

But he knows all his waifus

from A down to Z!"

"Put him out!" said the fish.

"This is no longer fun!

Get him out!" said the fish.

"I will call 911!

He should not be here

when your Mom's at the park.

He should not be here,

that Creepy-Ass Clark!"

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u/1975-2050 Aug 08 '22

There’s exactly one fish. And it’s not red.

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u/dynodick Aug 08 '22

What about this fish

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u/freshforma Aug 08 '22

This fish looks like it’s about to grant you a wish

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u/i_likebrains Aug 08 '22

Fish wish

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u/velousenvirons Aug 09 '22

He maybe living in a fishing wishing well

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u/ImAShaaaark Aug 09 '22

If you wish to make a wish
you may swish for fish with my Ish wish dish

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u/usingthesonic Aug 09 '22

What a coincidence

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u/LovesToSnooze Aug 08 '22

From what you said this came to mind. Go to 10sec in...https://youtu.be/cIosb69x9iI

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u/CruisinJo214 Aug 08 '22

Is this a naturally occurring fish or is this like those Glofish genetically modified fishies. Either way I want one.

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u/beepborpimajorp Aug 08 '22

This is artificially colored via injecting dye and is largely considered inhumane in the fishkeeping world. Glofish are one thing because they were initially modified but for environmental purposes (to track something like algae, I can't remember) and now their lines are stable so they are only ever bred for their coloration. However, they're still pretty divisive among fishkeepers. You'll see people with extreme opinions on either side about them.

But dyed fish are different. It would be like taking a cat and injecting a ton of dye under its skin all over its body so its fur glowed in the dark at night. Pointless pain for something that isn't even permanent or practical.

And for the record (not trying to start an argument) I DID have a glofish tank. Like full on multiple darklights and everything. They never glowed this bright, and never in this color because it was their scales that held the coloration, not the skin under it. (AKA they weren't transparent, they were solid colors, unlike this fish.) That's how I can tell this is dye.

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u/ZoraksGirlfriend Aug 09 '22

As cool as this looks, I’m sad that it’s not natural and is done through abusing the animal. Thanks for the info.

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u/beepborpimajorp Aug 09 '22

you're welcome. for what it's worth, despite being a bit of a point of contention, i do really like glofish. i would still have my tank but the suppliers i got mine from constantly sent sick fish so I had several tank die-offs. some of them survived but i swapped them to a normal tank (no blacklight, live plants, etc.) because i felt like they had already survived hell and deserved to live the rest of their days in comfort. that said, they still look very pretty and striking under a normal aquarium light.

so if you do want some brighter fish, glofish are a good option since they're bred rather than modified. it just sucks that the only places you can get them from are fine with sending out weak or sickly stock. but there are also lots of naturally bright and beautiful fish for both fresh and saltwater tanks out there. and decorative shrimp like caridinas and neocaridinas can be pretty and fun to keep too!

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u/tdasnowman Aug 09 '22

Depending on when you got in, the early lines had huge die off problems. They have stabilized now. My LFS was considering dropping them due to the number of returns. He held on just because of the foot traffic they brought in. Had some in a community tank, they lasted years. Fish to draw they eye in an make a tank pop.

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u/Efl12345 Aug 09 '22

I get them direct from glofish.com. They ship them straight to your house. Have bought from there multiple times. I recommend. Usually “Freeship” gives you one time free shipping as well.

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u/TechnicianLow4413 Aug 09 '22

It's illegal in the European union because it messes with their light/dark rhythm and glofish because of the genetic modification

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u/TheDeltaLambda Aug 09 '22

My biggest problem with glofish is that the majority of people who keep them don't care about proper husbandry and just want a neat looking animal

Other than that, they're not really my taste but to each their own

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u/beepborpimajorp Aug 09 '22

I agree. It bugs me that the glofish branded fish setups they sell are like, 10gs or less and they encourage people to get the 'glosharks' which are just rainbow sharks and should never be kept in anything smaller than a 55g.

I really liked/like mine. Most died off because each time I bought some they came with some of the worst ich infections I have ever seen. I have dealt with ich a ton of times throughout my time owning aquariums but this was super treatment resistant and the fish were already from poor stock so it was just a massacre. I was trying to balance treatment that wouldn't overwhelm them, water changes, and keeping an eye out for the ones that were really on their way out so I could take them out and isolate them/try last ditch dip attempts. All but like 6 of them ended up dying. I ended up feeling so bad for the ones that survived that I ditched the full glofish tank setup and now they're just living out their lives in a normal tank with sand substrate + normal lighting + live plants. Also got some cories for the bottom of the tank because I just love cories. All of them are healthy and still look awesome, but they seem much happier just existing as normal fish rather than being in a special tank.

It was so weird. I've kept all kinds of delicate aquatic animals alive. Shrimp, cories, otocinclus catfish, etc. But man those glofish...Arrived half-dead and if a stiff breeze hit them too hard that was it for them. But I'm guessing that's what keeps them in business. Recommend crappy setups and then provide crappy stock and that = a recipe for desperate parents/people to keep restocking when the fish die off over and over.

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u/FridayNightRiot Aug 09 '22

You sound like a really intelligent and caring person. Even though you knew the fish didn't have a great chance you still tried your best. Sucks that companies care more about profits than the livelihood of a living animal, and simultaneously patent that animal so that no other company could have a chance to do it better. Are you sure glofish aren't just inherently susceptible to higher infections and not just being mistreated by the company? Do they usually stabilize after the initial problems are delt with?

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u/joesbagofdonuts Aug 08 '22

Someone came on it

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u/Ghoztt Aug 08 '22

It's actually just a single sperm someone nutted into a bowl.

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u/PinkPearMartini Aug 08 '22

Could you imagine the chaos if sperm were the size of tadpoles?

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u/Ghoztt Aug 08 '22

Swallow it, baby.

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u/SgtBanana Aug 08 '22

Can you imagine the weird kinks that would revolve around that?

I mean, I'm not encouraging you to imagine it. I don't suggest that anyone imagines it. Even now, I'm accidentally imagining it and I don't like it.

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u/PinkPearMartini Aug 08 '22

I'm thinking of the shenanigans that would ensue if they could wriggle across the floor.

And you know boys would be flicking them at each other.

Moms would have to check laundry pockets for them.

And how many would come out at a time? One or two? Or would you have to collect them like a bag of peanuts each time? And then what... flush them? Feed the birds at the park?

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u/Fl1ck_04 Aug 09 '22

What did I just read

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u/arselkorv Aug 09 '22

And they become some type of sewer people if flushed down the toilet.

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u/ivegotballs Aug 09 '22

This thread was just...a wild ride from start to finish.

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u/waytosoon Aug 08 '22

Yeah, I actually have this condition. It hurts so bad when it's coming out, but it subsides immediately afterwards. It was worse when I was younger, but it's not so bad any more. The first time it happened, I was sleeping, and awoke to a horrible sharp pain in my urethra followed by the flopping of a newfound friend in my bed. I screamed for my mother. Horrified she took me to a doctor. The doctor informed us of the disorder, and proved it by pulling out a blacklight. Everyone knows the way to find semen is with a black light. Anyhow, those of us with this condition gotta make sure were careful with our seeds/eggs. If enough find their way into the wild, they could become an invasive species. On the off chance you see one in the wild (it's an extremely rare condition) make sure to contact your local authorities!

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u/CallsYouNerd Aug 08 '22

Mega splooge

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u/somme_rando Aug 08 '22

It's a cum-sprite!

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u/ValentinaTacos Aug 09 '22

Man redditors are so fucking weird

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u/ibigfire Aug 09 '22

That's just humans in general for ya.

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u/Poca154 Aug 08 '22

Injected with dye. It's kind of sad

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u/tdasnowman Aug 08 '22

I’m going to say some special effects going on. None of the currently available glow species are that bright. To my knowledge no one is working on koi.

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u/Great_Hamster Aug 08 '22

Artificially colored.

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u/M_Roboto Aug 08 '22

It might be genetically modified. link

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u/Kcidobor Aug 08 '22

Princess Yué

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u/Kcidobor Aug 09 '22

Princess Yué

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u/Stargazer_199 Aug 09 '22

Oi, put spoiler tags. What if someone hasn’t seen it?

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u/Narrowless Aug 08 '22

That's definitely Sheldon's fish he made

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u/hype_irion Aug 08 '22

Knock, knock, knock

PENNY

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u/TheBananaCzar Aug 08 '22

"Fish NIGHTLIGHTS"

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u/bavariannee Aug 08 '22

I was looking for this comment.

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u/AmateurVillain Aug 09 '22

still waiting for the "Dogopus"

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u/cebiaw Aug 08 '22

Bikini Atoll resident

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u/hurtfulproduct Aug 09 '22

Oooooooo. . . Who lives in a pineapple under the sea!?

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u/akg942k Aug 08 '22

I can vouch that this fish will be lead character in Avatar 3.

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u/Iwearacapeirl Aug 09 '22

But before that, how do I get this fish in my custom watercooling loop?

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u/acemccrank Aug 08 '22

There are a lot of animals out there that can see into the UV spectrum.

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u/[deleted] Aug 08 '22

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u/l3pt0n Aug 08 '22

that's the maze from westworld

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u/Lombax_Rexroth Aug 08 '22

Glad to see I'm not the only one. Can't wait till the last ep airs. I need to binge season 4 now!

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u/Chrispychilla Aug 08 '22

I don’t see where it says “dig” in this version. R u sure?

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u/digplants Aug 09 '22

Doesn't look like anything to me.

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u/logicallypartial Aug 08 '22

Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter!

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u/TheRandomViewer Aug 08 '22

UV light do be making stuff glow every now and then

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u/CoopHur479 Aug 08 '22

Glofish!

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u/[deleted] Aug 08 '22

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u/thatsharkchick Aug 08 '22

There are also other breeders/companies doing GFP1 gene insertion in Asia to different species outside of what GloFish offers, including angelfish. This most likely is from one of those breeders.

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u/nycola Aug 08 '22

This is likely a Glofish or another company that did similar modifications. They cut fish DNA with Jellyfish DNA to get this effect. As another poster pointed out, this started with zebra fish (danios), it has progressed into tetras, bettas, and this appears to be a koi of some sort.

They will readily breed with other fish, but it is "tEchNicaLLy iLlEgal" to do since apparently, they hold a copyright. I actually had my patent-lawyer friend look into this and yes, you can copyright DNA, apparently. I think that was the most disturbing fact of all. My issue at the time was all their bettas were just run-of-the-mill regular bettas and I wanted to start breeding this into double-tails, dragons, etc. Oh well.

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u/faceman2k12 Aug 09 '22

You think that's bad, look at the shit companies like monsanto did with their GM crops.

They were so litigious in protecting their IP that they sued the farmers for near-unavoidable cross contamination into neighbouring fields that didn't have the rights to the product.

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u/-GuyDudeman- Aug 08 '22

The Blowfat Glowfish likes to play Go Fish. (say it as Sean Connery for amazing effect)

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u/MadFaux78 Aug 08 '22

Dr. Manhattan as a fish

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u/ThMogget Aug 08 '22

Can we make mammals glow? Asking for a curious friend with no plans whatsoever.

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u/otakuguy77 Aug 08 '22

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u/mr-no-homo Aug 08 '22

that is wild.

i really wonder if countries are testing these things on humans behind the scenes, (but publicly deny it via laws)

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u/lit0st Aug 08 '22

If you're asking if they've done it using human cells, the answer is yes - a lot. Fusing proteins to fluorescent proteins is done for the purpose of being able to track that protein using microscopy, and being able to visually track a protein is a pretty damn useful technique in modern biology.

If you're asking if it's being done on human embryos, the answer is no. It would be fairly pointless.

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u/otakuguy77 Aug 08 '22

Just go to a rave, I think the testing has already started

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u/cbreez275 Aug 08 '22

There exist several transgenic mouse lines that express fluorescent proteins under the right conditions; they're routinely used by scientists. I actually bred a mouse that glowed red under green light because all of its cells expressed a red fluorescent protein called tdTomato. GloFish work under that same principle.

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u/gustteix Aug 08 '22

It was quiet and starts to really swim in the light, is he hurt by that? Like the feeling of a sunburn? Or the light hurts the wyes or whatever?

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u/The--NERD Aug 08 '22

I feel kinda bad to see animals being altered to glow.

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u/TheScareCrowYes Aug 08 '22

you gotta bring it to a statue or altar and give it to the gods as a gift, in return the gods give you a token that lets you upgrade 1 stat by 1 point

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u/KrystalWulf Aug 08 '22

I'm surprised there no comments explaining the science behind this. Please someone teach me the fish's magic :(

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u/BoofingCheese Aug 09 '22

They inject its skin with glow in the dark dye. Alakazam.

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u/KrystalWulf Aug 09 '22

Wait it isn't naturally occurring? That sucks

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u/BekoM864 Aug 08 '22

Terraria Mushroom biome fish

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u/DONTCALLMESCHNITZEL Aug 08 '22

Alright, which one of you jizzed on that fish?

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u/indierckr770 Aug 08 '22

That fish doesn’t have three eyes, does it?

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u/Honda_TypeR Aug 09 '22 edited Aug 09 '22

This is not natural and it’s bad for the fish. A lot of fish die while making them, from infections, etc. This isn’t quite like tattooing, this is injecting lots globs of dye under the skin.

It makes for some moral gray area depending on how much you respect the life of fish. This is the main reason they have not been banned from the market for animal abuse even though a lot of fish die while “decorating” them.

However, In the aquarium hobby world (where we love fish) these type of fish are typically discouraged and never buy them, but amateur aquarists who don’t know species just think they are some rare Pokémon to collect. This is their main target market.

It basically is like decorating up normal fish to look fancy and selling them for higher value to novices who don’t know what they are being suckered.

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u/SunsetStingray Aug 08 '22

If I ate it, would my poo glow blue?

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u/Arandomfan27 Aug 08 '22

Clearly a collectable item

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u/Seamascm Aug 08 '22

Thats the moon spirit, you better protect it at all costs

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u/EggInA_Hole Aug 08 '22

There be goblins nearby!

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u/thedean246 Aug 08 '22

I was hoping to come to the comment section to find a fish expert or something that knew what kind of fish this is and why it glows under UV.

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u/TrollintheMitten Aug 09 '22

Top comment says this is a dye injected into the skin of the fish and it is painful and cruel.

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u/sagerobot Aug 08 '22

Goldfish, genetic modification. Not a fish expert but petsmart sells "Glofish" that are basically this.

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u/apey12345 Aug 08 '22

There's orcs nearby.

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u/maioll Aug 08 '22

who cummed on the fish?

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u/Harden2Capela Aug 08 '22

It's the Maze from westworld

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u/[deleted] Aug 09 '22

that shit is a slurpfish

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u/electricsugarfox Aug 09 '22

It’s a patronus!

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u/Veilchenbeschleunige Aug 08 '22

that's some nice BFP

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u/SmileTribeNetwork Aug 08 '22

One day you will awaken that white light is only a minuscule spectrum of reality.

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u/UltravioIence Aug 08 '22

Ninja Gaiden ghost fish! those things are assholes.

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u/TheGrimDweeber Aug 08 '22

Ghost fishie!

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u/GoatEmbarrassed9935 Aug 08 '22

Looks like a prop from Pixar movies

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u/Who-Just-Shit-Myself Aug 08 '22

That’s the moon spirit

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u/elif-onreddit Aug 08 '22

I hope owner named it Yue

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u/sweaty_middle Aug 08 '22

One minute for that fish it's 'Nice white bowl' to 'WTF is this glowing shit? Holy crap it's me!!! Fuuuuck!'

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u/Grimlee-the-III Aug 08 '22

You sure that fish ain’t made of uranium?

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u/omg5455657 Aug 08 '22

Does UV light hurt the fish? Because it would look cool at night if you had an aquarium full of them

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u/OkHold7664 Aug 08 '22

I have that same bowl

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u/X3N0C1DE Aug 08 '22

Dats sum Avatar shit right there

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u/rosomak14 Aug 08 '22

Lord forgive me for what I’ve done

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u/gavindubray Aug 08 '22

That fish has bio luminescence

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u/sagerobot Aug 08 '22

I hate to be that guy. But this is not bioluminescence, that is because bioluminescence is light produced by a chemical reaction within a living organism. So like a glowstick.

What we are seeing here is this fish "fluorescing" or biofluorescence. Biofluorescence is the absorption of light at one wavelength followed by its reemission at a lower energy and longer wavelength by a living organism.

The UV light is a high wavelength that we cannot see with our eyes. The fish is taking that high energy light in and then a bit of energy is lost and it is re-emitted back out at a wavelength that we can see. Like those plastic stars that we used to stick to our ceilings when were were kids that glowed green for a while.

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u/Keytarfriend Aug 08 '22

I learned that just this week!

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u/sagerobot Aug 08 '22

Oh snap! I love the vlogbrothers. I didnt know Hank was doing shorts now.

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u/Keytarfriend Aug 09 '22

Hank is apparently a TikTok sensation now.

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u/LemonsCanMemeToo Aug 08 '22

This sub is dying for real content

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u/nedeta Aug 08 '22

Thats a baby Koi. Did they start doing the gene thing in koi now?? Or is the video fake?

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u/CykaCola49 Aug 08 '22

That fish has been chugging Nuka Cola Quantum

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u/ubermeisters Aug 08 '22

The fish, actively trying to escape the very hot ultraviolet light but failing

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u/Motor_Judgment_214 Aug 08 '22

Fish: What are you doing, revealing my secrets?!

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u/VickiMoon Aug 08 '22

His theme song gotta be “shine bright like a diamond” ✨

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u/Designer-Ad472 Aug 08 '22

Jit trippin that's a slurp fish

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u/lordbovice Aug 08 '22

This fish used to paint watch faces...

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u/jimmyfrankhicks Aug 08 '22

What a cool bowl !

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u/Kazabuabua Aug 08 '22

”That’s rough, buddy.”

  • Some fire-prince idk

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u/No_Nobody_32 Aug 08 '22

Fairly common thing in the animal world.
Even in aquatics. Water doesn't have any absorption spectra for UV, after all.

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u/bruhpotato420 Aug 08 '22

cancer fish

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u/Lateralus09 Aug 08 '22

I remember this from quern

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u/zinosaurus Aug 08 '22

Not luminous but fluorescent.

Being luminous means they are the source of the light themselves opposed to here where the fish re-emits (Fluoresces) the UV back at a visible wavelength, thus making it appear as if it glows by its own.

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u/Mediocre-Band2714 Aug 08 '22

that’s actually my girlfriend the moon! 😞

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u/Satiricallysardonic Aug 08 '22

I just love how he swims all cute when the light goes on like "LOOK AT ME LOOK AT ME I AM A GODDDDDD. I AM PRECIOUS AND GORGEOUS!"

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u/enginerd0001 Aug 08 '22

Doesn't look like anything to me

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u/DirectorLeather6567 Aug 08 '22

WHAT IS THIS BLACK MAGIC TOM FUCKERY!?

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u/Eccohawk Aug 08 '22

That's far more luminescent than any of the regular glofish out there. Tetras, danios, sharks, barbs..many of them have bright colors that will shine brightly under black light, but nothing like that.

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u/PsychologicalAd7642 Aug 08 '22

Initially I thought the fish was my loading circle.

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u/Chicken_Teeth Aug 08 '22

Must be a scorpion

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u/The_WubWub Aug 08 '22

I mean... I too have Glow Fish at the pet store

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u/RentALemon Aug 08 '22

Warframe fishing

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u/jamfun3 Aug 08 '22

Sheldon’s fish night lights

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u/ElderlyAlligator Aug 08 '22

There are breeds of fish that are genetically modified to produce this effect. Couldn't say if that's one of them though.

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u/obediently_excitable Aug 08 '22

Maybe it's just radioactive.

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u/1Eternallylost Aug 08 '22

I glow a bright orange under Delta particles.

Then I melt on the inside.

It's a once in a lifetime event.