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Growing older and older

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Hello everyone!

I haven't posted here since 2015, lols!

I wanted to share a few pictures of Mowgli. He's 8 years old now and growing older and older. I never noticed how much he's grown until I came across these old baby pictures of him. Where has the time gone? Lols. If I had the ability to make axolotls live forever, I would do it in a heartbeat.

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Very cool! Your axolotl looks amazing!

My oldest axolotl is a leucistic and is 12 years old! She lived through all my beginner mistakes and is still alive and kicking. She started developing a dark patch on her back a year or so ago. Funny that yours is doing the same!



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it's so cool to see how they change over time. Beautiful Axolotl!



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