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Old 25th April 2006   #1
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I am surprised at how hardy Axies are. They like cool, water, streams. They would probably do really well in Washington State. In what states are axies Illegal?



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Old 25th April 2006   #2
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Hi Dave,

Man, I just get to see you everywhere....

They are illegal in NJ..

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Old 25th April 2006   #3
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Hi Dave,
To bad you can't make it to IAD. Now we could count you in Caudata.org attendance.
Axolotls like cool water. I'm not so sure about the stream part. If the stream has much current to it I don't think they would thrive. Lakes are a different story. I talk to lots of people that keep axolotls year round in outside ponds.
Axolotls are even having trouble surviving in their native habitat due to pressure from introduced species.



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Old 29th April 2006   #4
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how do i find out if axies are legal in my country? do you know? because im getting him in a street booth...
They dont seem to sell them in the pet-shops.



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Old 3rd May 2006   #5
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Amalia, your best bet I assume would be to go to a website for the local council or something like that... Do a google.com search. Something like that.

My best friend lived in Argentina though, for a while, and he kept an axolotl there Click the image to open in full size.



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Old 3rd May 2006   #6
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hummmm my parents are thinking about getting a pond maybe i could keep him in there while im away or want to keep it cool^^



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