Some of the Tylototriton shanjing juveniles

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Re: Some of the Tylototriton shanjing juvenilrs

Simply pretty animals.
Thanks for this image which is encouraging for the future of captive strains.
 

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Simply pretty animals.
Thanks for this image which is encouraging for the future of captive strains.

Thank's here's another one

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And some of the adults

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Re: Some of the Tylototriton shanjing juvenilrs

I don't think the pics uploaded on your last post?
 

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Re: Some of the Tylototriton shanjing juvenilrs

I can attest that the pictures didn't load
 

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They're cute little guys! What are you feeding them?
 
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