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Old 25th September 2015   #1
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Was just doing my weekly water change when i noticed Gizmos right leg, now in hoping its a bite from sprocket and he will heal himself but im not sure?. Any thoughts please?
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Heres a better view, hes eating and swimming fine
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Axolotls have amazing healing abilities. Keep on top of water quality and keep the temperature down and test the water often as good water quality will help the healing process. Keep an eye out for fungus (appears as white fluffy stuff like cotton wool).



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Axolotls have amazing healing abilities. Keep on top of water quality and keep the temperature down and test the water often as good water quality will help the healing process. Keep an eye out for fungus (appears as white fluffy stuff like cotton wool).
Thank you, he seems better this morning and is putting his foot down, as for water quality im a bit OCD about it , thank you again for the reply



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