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Old 14th August 2015   #2
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Default Re: Axolotl's back legs are floating, along with him!

He was asleep and floating - and you woke him up with a start! Floating is not weird if he can get to the bottom when he wants. Young axies like to explore, he was probably just investigating depth and exercising his lungs a bit.

(In other words, you're being a paranoid new axie keeper - suggest you chill a bit and realise that axies do odd stuff because they can)
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