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PetSmart(r) Glofish Sunburst Orange Tetra
GloFish Sunburst Orange Tetras are not injected or dyed. They breed and reproduce naturally with this fluorescent color. TheseTetras look great under either regular daylight bulbs or under an actinic bulb. One of the hardier Tetras, this peaceful fish prefers to school and will do fine in well-lit aquariums. While requiring some swimming space, This fish will also appreciate cover along the perimeter of the aquarium.
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1 of 3(33%)customers recommend this product.
Reviews for PetSmart(r) Glofish Sunburst Orange Tetra
Review 1 for PetSmart(r) Glofish Sunburst Orange Tetra
2/ 53 reviews
Not what I expected
January 30, 2014
What is your gender?F
How many pets do you have?2
How often do you shop at PetSmart?Weekly
The part about these fish are they don't live very long. I had 2 of these fish, and all of them died around 3 weeks. The only one who lived was the sucker fish ( which wasn't a glo fish). I was disappointed
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Review 2 for PetSmart(r) Glofish Sunburst Orange Tetra
5/ 53 reviews
October 28, 2013
fromVille Platte, LA
What is your gender?F
How many pets do you have?5 or more
How often do you shop at PetSmart?Monthly
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Pink, Orange, & Green Glofish Tetras
I bought all 3 colors (pink, orange, & green) of these GloFish. I have 2 of each color plus my 2 old black skirt tetras which are going on 3 years old! I have them in my 46 gallon aquarium. I have an LED light that has a Lunar night time setting (kind of like a black light) which makes these fish really glow in the dark. The green Tetra even has glowing green eyes, very cool! These Glofish are actually White Skirt Tetra's that have fluorescent color. They are not dyed, they are born this way. I have had several different Tetra's over the years & from my experience these skirt tetra's are the hardiest I've kept. Like I said earlier, my black skirts are going on 3 years old. They even school with my Glofish, it's cute. They should be kept in schools of 5 or more to be happy & active. From my experience, if you keep them alone (or just 2) they will hide a lot & be less active. If you are looking for a bright, colorful fish that is hardy, peaceful, & schools well then this is the fish. I highly recommend them!
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