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Photo: One of my axies & my tiger larvae chillin

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One of my axies & my tiger larvae chillin , believe it or not they have never nipped or even wanted to , at each other at all , they are always together in the tank posted up lol

freakin iphone 3g cameras suck!!
 

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While they may have never nipped at each other, axolotls are captive bred and all tiger salamander larvae are wild caught. What kind of parasites might you have introduced to your axolotl from the tiger salamander?
 
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