I honestly would buy a bright pink or purple betta. If it looked natural enough, I hate how unnatural the glofish look. Most are albino/white with a gene that causes the unnatural color, making them bright. But itís not true genetic color, itís an anomaly that causes pigmentation. You can even see the fact that it doesnít follow naturally pigment variation/pattern that itís not pigment gene inserted in the pigment gene place.
Itís be prettier if they bred for bright color instead of inserting a gene from who knows where, to fake the bright color.
I am for bright fish, done correctly gmo would look nice, but right now it looks like they have some sea anemone genetics stuck in the muscles of the fish, hence the bright but odd look. Unnatural.
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