It's what is wrong with the fish/aquarium industry. It's on the same level as selling bettas to people who want to keep them in a glass cup.
Fish are beautiful creatures already, there's no need for us to inject them with crap from jellyfish or however they make it (dyes or things-from-jellyfish is what I've read).
But if you're really interested in a glofish tank get some plastic plants, some neon gravel, fake plastic "no-fishing" signs, and you're set. It doesn't count as a planted tank though so don't bother making a tank journal heh
come on, this guy asked for tanks, not lectures.
haven't you ever heard of "if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all?" i'd understand your anger if he had actually said or done anything wrong, but he HASN'T.
do your research before you rant: glofish are perfectly humane, whether you like them or not. they're not injected with anything, their GENES have been modified with properties of jellyfish and coral genes. they're not caused any pain or lack of normal fishy function by this modification, and if you think THAT'S inhumane, you better stop eating most vegetables, as a lot of vegetable seeds are genetically modified by agricultural scientists now to grow more favorably.
come off it, you might not like glofish but other people do, and if they're kept in an adequately-sized tank with adequate filtration, heating and tankmates like any other zebra danio or black (white?)-skirt tetra, respectively, then it's a fine thing to do, certainly nowhere near as inhumane as keeping blood parrot cichlids or fancy goldfish, and not even close to being in the same league as keeping bettas in tiny cups.
just because something's not your cup of tea doesn't make it wrong, get over it.
OP: there are zebra danio and something-skirt tetra glofish out now that i know of, house them like you would the normal varieties of the respective species.