Help! Too many Axolotls

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Hey everyone. I’m new to the forum and joined to see if you guys can give me some advice. I have two axolotls that I got a few years back. They ended up being a male and female and they had a clutch of eggs. I decided to keep the eggs knowing that I had several people interested in taking them. I thought many would not survive, but now I have about 50-60 babies (that’s after giving away about 20) that are just starting to develop their hind legs. I’m running out of room quickly and was hoping this forum could help me get them to homes. I’m giving them away and am located in WV. Please help!!!
 

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Are you shipping them or just locally?
 

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If your shipping im interested ill pay for it
 

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If you are shipping I may be interested in one/a couple of them
 

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Hi, hope you and the axies are doing well! Same question as above: do you ship them, and do you have any Lucies? Thanks in advance!
 

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They are super cute!!!!

If you need help how to ship there are several of us that can help you. You have a ton of interested people!!


Hey everyone. I’m new to the forum and joined to see if you guys can give me some advice. I have two axolotls that I got a few years back. They ended up being a male and female and they had a clutch of eggs. I decided to keep the eggs knowing that I had several people interested in taking them. I thought many would not survive, but now I have about 50-60 babies (that’s after giving away about 20) that are just starting to develop their hind legs. I’m running out of room quickly and was hoping this forum could help me get them to homes. I’m giving them away and am located in WV. Please help!!!
 

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Hey everyone. I’m new to the forum and joined to see if you guys can give me some advice. I have two axolotls that I got a few years back. They ended up being a male and female and they had a clutch of eggs. I decided to keep the eggs knowing that I had several people interested in taking them. I thought many would not survive, but now I have about 50-60 babies (that’s after giving away about 20) that are just starting to develop their hind legs. I’m running out of room quickly and was hoping this forum could help me get them to homes. I’m giving them away and am located in WV. Please help!!!
Hello.
I am new to the forum, but I have had axolotis for many years. I am saddened to say my male albino passed away and I would like very much to get another one. If your willing to part with one that would be great! WV is West Virginia right? I live in Maine. Hope to hear from you soon. p.s. will pay for shipping
 
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