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Please start a new thread to introduce yourself to the other members of Caudata.org. Tell us a little about you, such as where you're from and what you're interested in. Also please tell us what newts and salamanders, or other amphibians, you keep or are particularly interested in.

As one of our moderators pointed out to me: "I think an introduction forum is a good idea to give people a better idea of who we are than can be put into our profiles." I couldn't have said it better myself.

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It is better NOT to use this area of the forum to ask questions about your animals! You will get more answers - and faster answers - if you post in the Help areas:
Newt & Salamander Help
Axolotl Beginners Forum
Sick Axolotl Forum

Also, do not post "Looking for animal xyz" in this area of the forum. Those kinds of posts belong in the Wanted section.



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