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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Guide to Axolotl Habitat March 28, 2016

This amphibious species originated in the lakes of Mexico City. However, they are currently being bred in various parts of the world or wherever they are available. One of the most important aspects of caring for and breeding axolotls is the living condition. They require a strict set of requirements to ensure that the axolotls…

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Axolotl Regeneration March 22, 2016

In April of 2011, the research of Ryan Kerney from Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, set a buzz in the scientific community with a study that feature the unique and interesting relationship between algae and salamanders. His research showed that tissues of spotted salamander contain algae. The purpose behind this relationship is yet to be known,…

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Axolotl Lifespan March 14, 2016

Whether you are new to breeding axolotls or not, understanding its natural life span will provide a better knowledge on how to give them care. Pet Road Test: Axolotl Axolotl is a type of salamander that originated from Mexico, particularly the lakes of Mexico. Hence, this is a unique characteristic from other species of salamander…

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Axolotl Diet March 8, 2016

Axolotls have specific requirements when it comes to their living conditions. But in terms of their dietary needs, you must also pay close attention to ensure that axolotls get properly nourished. If you are new to breeding axolotls, one of the first questions you will be faced with is this: “What do I feed axolotls?”…

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