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This is a discussion on Shipping question within the Ribbed Newts (Pleurodeles) forums, part of the Species, Genus & Family Discussions category; Thanks in advance. I've had some requests to ship some fully morphed baby and well for that matter adult SRNs. ...

Ribbed Newts (Pleurodeles) Now comprising at least 3 species, this genus of newts includes the largest "newt" in the world, Pleurodeles waltl.

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Thanks in advance. I've had some requests to ship some fully morphed baby and well for that matter adult SRNs. I'm comfortable with shipping and have sent Axolotls all over the country. But for the life of me can not find tutorial on how to best pack these guys for transport! Would I pack them aquatic like Axolotls and fish? Or wet packing with paper towel or moss like more terrestrial amphibs?
Again thanks for any and all suggestions!



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