Desperately Seeking Lucy

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I’m in Houston and am looking for a juvenile (eggs to 4”) Axolotl or two. I don’t have enough space for more than that right now. Does anyone know of any locally that I don’t have to spend $50 in shipping?
 

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I'm having the same problem in Harrisburg, PA! We've been looking for over 6 months!
 

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I think I’m going to get my wish and get two. I’m thinking since it’s the hotter months?
 

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We have 8 now, lol. I have two 20’s, a 55 and a small 5 gallon that has a baby in it for now.
 

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Actually the baby is in the 5, I have two juveniles in a 29 not a 20 (hit the wrong number) with a divider. Then a 20 for one of the adults that was older and then 4 in the 55.
 
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