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I was thinking of getting some eggs off a breeder to hatch this would be my first time getting them is there any advice from size of containers and filtration ect. to food and how to grow and breed your own any and all advice is appreciated. I was only going to get a small amount.
 

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Did you read through the 2 pinned posts?

the brine shrimp and read before posting?

For breeding your own axolotls you need to ensure you have healthy known bloodlines. Need to make sure they are from or throwing deformities or short toe syndrome.
 

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Did you read through the 2 pinned posts?

the brine shrimp and read before posting?

For breeding your own axolotls you need to ensure you have healthy known bloodlines. Need to make sure they are from or throwing deformities or short toe syndrome.
No I didn't realise there were some I will have a look thank you for telling me
 
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