This is a discussion on Axolotl injury within the Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) forums, part of the Beginner Newt, Salamander, Axolotl & Help Topics category; When I first received my young leucistic axolotl from online, I quickly realised that one of the vertebrae in its ...
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|19th August 2012||#1 (permalink)|
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When I first received my young leucistic axolotl from online, I quickly realised that one of the vertebrae in its tail was out of place making the tail lopsided. His/her tail still functions normally, however is it worth taking him/her to the vet.
I cant post a photo however because my phone camera doesn't show the picture properly as a result of water reflection.
|20th August 2012||#2 (permalink)|
Re: Axolotl injury
Sounds strange. If you think the tail is dislocated, it's worth contacting a vet to see if they would help.
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