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Old 15th April 2019   #1
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Default Hello from Oregon

My husband and I are in Salem, Oregon. We have a new 2 month old leucistic/GFB axolotl in our home, our first. He has been here two days so far. Here are some pictures.
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Old 15th April 2019   #2
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Default Re: Hello from Oregon

Awwwee, your axolotls are SO cute! Welcome to Caudata.org! I’m sure you’ll find everyone on this website very helpful :)
Is it alright if I give a quick pointer? I noticed that you have a gravel-like substance in your tank (if I am wrong about that, please correct me). If your axolotl eats it, most likely it will become impacted. I would hate for you to loose your new axies! They are absolutely adorable :) I would recommend taking it out and either replacing it with sand or leaving it bare bottom. Your axolotls would be happy with the tank either way!
Hope this helped! :)



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Old 16th April 2019   #3
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Super cute! Like Isabella said that substrate could be a problem. For juveniles under 5 inches it's best to have no substrate at all. Depending on the size of the substrate it may be fine for adults.



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They are great



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