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Old 11th October 2018   #1
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Default What are some good videos on the history of the axolotl?

I'm currently doing a report on the axolotl's cultural impact and we are required to include an informational video in it for full credit. Anybody able to link me to something?



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Default Re: What are some good videos on the history of the axolotl?

This is a really great video from the BBC about nuns who raise axolotls to make medicine:

https://youtu.be/YfRMhBzkUbE



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