Axolotl for Beginners - Susan Morris - E-Book

Axolotl for Beginners E-Book

Susan Morris

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  • Herausgeber: BookRix
  • Kategorie: Lebensstil
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Veröffentlichungsjahr: 2023

Axolotls have to be one of the most fascinating amphibians on our planet. I became completely obsessed with them when I was younger and just had to share with you what I have learnt about them over the years. They are known as the Salamander that never grows up, Axolotls are just so gosh darn cute! So you'll want to provide them with an outstanding, but easy-to-maintain environment so you can keep your little one smiling! In this book, you'll learn exactly that. But it's a bit long, because I wanted to bring you the best care sheet possible. So be sure to go over it from chapter to chapter. This book is a Must Have for all Axolotl owners and for those who intend to keep this amazing pet. This book provides detailed and comprehensive information about Axolotls and answers all your unanswered questions with regards to axolotl. It has been written in an easy to understand way that anyone can easily comprehend. In here, you will learn everything about Axolotl care, tanks, habitat, diet, buying, life span, food, cost, breeding, regeneration, health, behavior and temperament, medical research, fun facts and helpful tips on how to keep axolotls as pets, and so much more!!! ORDER YOUR COPY NOW

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Susan Morris

Axolotl for Beginners

The complete guide to learn everything about axolotl; care, diet, health, habitat, breeding and helpful tips for keeping

BookRix GmbH & Co. KG81371 Munich

Title page

Axolotl for Beginners

The complete guide to learn everything about axolotl; care, diet, health, habitat, breeding and helpful tips for keeping axolotl as pets

Susan Morris

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Table of contents


Axolotls, also known as the Salamander that never grows up, are simply adorable!

Therefore, you'll want to provide them with an exceptional but simple-to-maintain environment so that you can keep your special little one smiling!

That is precisely what this book will teach you. However, it is somewhat lengthy because I wanted to provide you with the best care sheet possible. Therefore, patiently go through the book, from the introduction in chapter one to the very end.

What is an Axolotl in the Wild? Is it the same as a Mexican Walking Fish?

Axolotls, often known as Mexican salamanders or Mexican "walking fish," have an appearance unlike that of any other aquatic species.

The deal is as follows:

Although it is commonly classified as a fish, the axolotl is not a fish at all. It is an amphibian species (technically, it is a salamander).

However, here is the actual kicker:

Adults, unlike the majority of amphibians, remain underwater after gaining legs.

Axolotls can grow to reach between 15 and 45 centimeters in length (but most usually grow to be about 30 cm).

He's also rather handsome, with his broad head, lidless eyes, and four long, skinny legs.

As if that weren't enough to make any amphibian's pulse race, axolotls also have filament-lined gill stalks (referred to as rami) that protrude from the back of their necks.

Regrettably, the world's only surviving population is concentrated at Lake Xochimilco.

Axolotls are classified on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's yearly Red List of vulnerable species due to their scarcity.

How did that happen?

To be sure, the population suffered a significant decline when Lake Calcho (the axolotl's natural Mexican habitat) was emptied to prevent flooding.

As a result, large numbers of axolotls were slaughtered, and the remainder began populating Xochimilco's canals.

Axolotl's Primary Morphs

Axolotls come in a variety of colors:

Mottled green with vivid eyes and purple gills in the wild type.

Albino: Pale pink or white body with clear/pink eyes and red gills.

Melanoid: Black/dark grey coloration with dark eyes and gills.

White/pink with dark eyes and vivid red gills; leucistic.

Albino Golden: Golden coloration with pink/orange eyes and brilliant red/pink gills.

Copper: Dark-eyed copper with brilliant red/pink gills.

Green Fluorescent Protein (GFP):