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Albino Andrias japonicus

This is a discussion on Albino Andrias japonicus within the Large Aquatic Salamanders (Hellbenders/Cryptobranchids, Necturus, Siren, etc.) forums, part of the Species, Genus & Family Discussions category; Hey, Just came across this and thought it may appropriate. I don't speak Japanese though....

Large Aquatic Salamanders (Hellbenders/Cryptobranchids, Necturus, Siren, etc.) This topic covers Cryptobranchids like the hellbender and Asian giant salamanders, as well as sirens, mud puppies, and amphiumas.

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Old 23rd August 2009   #61 (permalink)
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Hey,
Just came across this and thought it may appropriate. I don't speak Japanese though.




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It can't be albino - it has melanin.



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Well, it's still pretty unusual, isn't it?



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Hi all my girlfriend is Japanese and had a look for me at the info: Basically is a private animal, the owner was hoping it was gonna be "white". Then he kind of complain about the foreigners (gaijin) who comment on the video about the small amount of water... that is correct. He also ask for "Us" to writhe in English and that was it pretty much really...last thig I think he mentioned it was 30 cm long.
Is anybody breeding those in the UK or Europe guys?
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Hey guys I have a revolution this is what larval Japanese giant salamanders look like and this is from bbc news



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Did you forget to attach a link?



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