Hynobius leechii

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My friend sent them to me.

2 biger one are 2 years old
the smaller one is 6 months old
They are CB,and never shy.
 

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Beautiful! They are very similar to H. dunni.DO you have a photo of their permanent enclosure?

C
 

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Cool! They're captive bred? Are these commonly kept?

I saw this species in the wild in South Korea this spring.

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Beautiful! They are very similar to H. dunni.DO you have a photo of their permanent enclosure?

C


forgive my poor english
what's the meaning of "permanent enclosure"
 

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Cool! They're captive bred? Are these commonly kept?

I saw this species in the wild in South Korea this spring.

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My friend bred them from sac.
They distribute in the north of CHINA
South Korea have them too
 

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No problem! I mean the enclosure or tank that they live in

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No problem! I mean the enclosure or tank that they live in

C

I have no more space in my dorm.
So only put them in a plastic box.
Filter cooton at bottom with inclined plane
then add some water
they can stay in water or on land as their wish
 
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