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Old 19th March 2007   #1
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A couple of photos showing one of my favourite newt species -



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Old 19th March 2007   #2
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They are wonderful! There is quite a size difference between them. How old are they?



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Old 19th March 2007   #3
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hi Michelle...they are both 2006 bred but i have had the larger one for six months or more and the smaller for less than a month. I have three larger ones and nine small.I also now have a pair of adults...ian



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Old 19th March 2007   #4
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They look awesome!Click the image to open in full size.



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Old 19th March 2007   #5
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Awww. Cute, I like 'em.



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Old 21st March 2007   #6
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Looking real nice, Ian Click the image to open in full size.....mine are growing pretty well too.



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Old 21st March 2007   #7
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Do they have names?



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Old 21st March 2007   #8
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yes Andy they're coming on well, i'm really pleased with them all...Dawn all in all i have over 100 newts and sals ,although i do have my favs i haven't given any of them names as yet but some of them are real characters....ian



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100! Wow thats a lot of animals, I bet your home is like a tiny zoo.Click the image to open in full size. What species tend to be the "characters"?



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Old 21st March 2007   #10
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hi Ryan ..the two species of tylototriton i have are real characters the kweis and shanjing also i have some taricha torosa's (california newts) which are equally as characterful, oh and some of the triturus species...ian



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