Glofish are genetically altered, not artificially dyed. and if people start buying a whole bunch of the dyed fish, there will be more demand so they will start making even more. I have 2 of them (I didn't know they were artificially dyed until after I bought them) but with the proper care they are happy and act like un-dyed white skirt tetras
How to Care for GloFish - Rockin Mama™
Keeping GloFish® is as easy as keeping Tetras. For best care, keep this peaceful fish by themselves in small aquariums or in small schools with equally non-aggressive fish. Since they are omnivores, feed GloFish® a varied diet of and .
Glofish Care Guide - The Mandarin Garden
When it comes to the care of GloFish, their needs are the same as their duller freshwater brethren regarding tank size, water temperature, food, etc. Life spans average from 3.5 to 5 years, comparable to the average life span of tetras and many other aquarium fish.
Glofish are small neon fish that are fun to take care of
GloFish are brilliantly colored and beautiful fish. A natural fluorescence gene was added to the fish which resulted in fish that are fluorescent at all times. All GloFish are captive-bred and the fluorescent color comes with natural breeding. Because GloFish are a type of danio, barb or tetra, their care requirements are the same.