Scientists Create Pet Fish That Glow All The Time

November 14, 2012

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Ahahahaha, I try to make out with my reflection too! Especially in those shiny office building windows where you know there's somebody on the other side. I make people's lunch breaks FANTASTIC.

Because this is what the world has come to, scientists from the National Taiwan Ocean University and a private biotech company have successfully engineered angel fish that display bioluminescence all the time and will glow in the dark all the time without the need for a black light. OMG, your dorm room is going to be off the chains! The fish appear bright pink under normal light (see picture after the jump), and glow this purplish-blue when it gets dark. Also when it gets dark? I turn into a werewolf. AR-AR-AROOOOOOOOO! "No, you're just a very hairy naked man." *wink* I'm an exhibitionist. "What's up with the dog collar and leash?" Haha, that's for another fetish. Take me for a walk?

Hit the jump for a shot of the fish under regular light.

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Thanks to cancan, who agrees they should bioengineer fish that don't jump out of the tank when you're five years old so you find them dried up on your bedroom carpet. *sobbing* I need a minute.

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