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  1. Default New owner of an axolotl

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    So today on my trip back home we stoped at a pet store that Had a gar I was going to pick up. It had already been sold and I could go home empty handed so now I have an axolotl. If want led one a few years ago and learned everything I could about them but I was never able to find one. Then I stub led upon this guy it is a golden colored on that's mature although I have not checked its gender yet. And it's the coolest thing he has a orange dot right in the center of his head. Anyone else have axolotl's.

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    Oh that is cool! You need to get some pictures up. I've never had one but my LFS stocks them regularly. They prefer colder water no?
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

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    Yes they prefer colder water which is great because im running out of outlets to plug heaters into, haha. I hoping to get dome pictures up latter today.

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    Cool!...what size tank is he in, they get pretty big don't they?
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    Im not exactly sure of the size of the tank. It a circular indoor pond that my turtle used to live in before they moved out side. They do get pretty big 10-12 inches normally but people have gotten them up to 17 inches.

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    last time i saw one was at the local zoo

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    This is the only pet store i have ever seen them in. Normally you have to by them online which is why i couldn't pass this guy up and im debating weather or not I should breed them/him.

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    They are quite common at my pet store. Though they specialize in interesting species. Slap and I had a conversation about them a while back. TN is full of salamanders and that might be why those are easy to get here.
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

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    They're so cool c;

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    So I can't get the pictures to work an I relies most people here don't have the axolotl's. But do u think an axolotl and a two-toed Amphiuma could live together.

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