Warming up an axolotl after being in the fridge
This is a discussion on Warming up an axolotl after being in the fridge within the Sick Axolotl? forums, part of the Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) category; I read that you should warm and axolotl up slowly when you take it out of a fridge. Is it ...
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|18th March 2007||#2 (permalink)|
All you need to do is take the axolotl out of the fridge and leave the container that he's in in the same room for an hour or so till his water is the same room temperature as his/her tankwater. Then you put him back in the tank.
|29th March 2007||#5 (permalink)|
When anyone puts there salamanders in the fridge its because its sick or injured. Once in the fridge the salamander is exposed to cooler temperatures that kill off most dangerous bacteria and fungi. The salamander is usually not harmed in any way.
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