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My Axolotls !

RafaelS

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Hey guys,


Here are some photos of the tank!
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Haha these are two females, Bela (the gold one) and Freda!

Bela was my first axie and I have a especial care about her :happy:

Here are some more photos of Pandora (Freda's sister) and the last photos are of Suppy. I separate him in other tank because I will try to breed them! o/
 

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Suppy looks quite handsome - I love the last picture! ACTION POSE! Haha!

Bela looks so beautiful and healthy! I also love that you can tell that Pandora is Freda's sister, but she has a little more green than Freda. Lovely as usual!
 

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Suppy is better day by day, I'm so happy with his recovered :happy:
 

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Hey guys!

And here is the difference between the first day of Suppy with me, when I bought him, and now!

:D

He has recovered himself faster than I thought, these little guys still surprise me :happy:
 

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Hello guys!


Here are some more photos of my axies and my nephew helping me with the little fishies that we bought for feed them! o/
 

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Hello people,

More photos of them (^.^)/
 

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RafaelS

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Hey there!


Finally I bought some more axolotls!

I am sooo happy with them!
The photos aren't good, but I hope you like :)
 

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Got our 1st Axolotl back in July, just put him in a new 16g bow tank. Here is Diego and his new home. He likes watching football, so I mounted a lil LCD in there for him (top right).. Just kidding, but it looks like it from the reflection :)
 

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Hahahaha!

I don't like football very much, but I loved your photo and the Diego's LCD!
Also, he is very cute, and has a little yellow, right?

:lol:
 

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The light that I have turned on is one of those LED ones with a day and night setting. The night has blue lights, similar to the black light effect and even when the regular light is one, those blue ones are on too. He has the Glow protein in him and that makes him look a little yellow under this light.

Here is a pic of him under the black light.
 

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