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Baby Axolotl and Why You Need to Get One!

Commonly referred to as the Mexican salamander, or Mexican “walking fish”, a baby axolotl has an appearance unlike any other aquatic animal. Even though it’s normally categorized as a fish, a baby axolotl is actually not a fish at all. It’s a species of amphibian, and...

Axolotl as Pets

If you want to acquire an Axolotl as a pet, you should talk to a representative from your state's agency. Axolotls are legal in most places in America. They are legal to own but illegal to import from other states. Depending on your state, you may be able to acquire...

Cute as an Axolotl

Who would have thought that hardy animals can be as cute as an axolotl? These creatures are tame in nature and something that should be thought of as a display pet since they cannot interact with their pet owners outside of their tank. One must keep in mind that they...

What Do Axolotls Eat?

So what do Axolotls eat? First thing you need to know is that Axolotls are carnivores which mean that they require a meat - based diet. They have rudimentary teeth that are designed for gripping instead of tearing or biting. This is why they usually swallow their food...

Axolotl Lifespan: Are They in the Brink of Extinction?

The Axolotl won the survival of the fittest because even if it loses a leg, tail and even parts of its heart, it can re – grow thus extending its lifespan. Unfortunately even if they have an ability to regenerate, these creatures are on the brink of extinction....

What is an Axolotl?

Australians and people from New Zealand know the Axolotl as a “Mexican Walking Fish.” So what is an Axolotl? Axolotls aren’t really a type of fish; it’s actually a salamander which is an amphibian that included under the order Urodela or Caudata. And because it’s a...