Got a new Axolotl, started breeding with my other one.

Jedijunky

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We got an axolotl we were fairly sure was male. Ended up being female, and they began going at it. What should I do? I don’t have the setup for babies, and we don’t have any divider to stop them breeding. Any advice? The pet store has no refunds.
 

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My local pet store sells axolotls, and they use these “egg crate” dividers to separate males and females in their tanks. You can get them from Amazon. I have an order on the ready in case my new axolotl doesn’t get along with my old one when I introduce them. Might give you some breathing room while you figure out what to do.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SQVD2T...colid=MDQ8209WQQ0U&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
 
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If you end up with eggs separate the eggs. After they bean then they will hatch. Some people will rehome eggs. If you do rehome eggs and you will ship I would be interested in some for personal use. Please PM me if you do end up with eggs.
 
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