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    Awwww he's a lil cutie!
    And you have him on the same cypress stuff I have Sheba on (although that's just temporary until I can get my mitts on her usual coconut husk chips). And those rock waterdishes are so pretty- I had one ages ago! But it it wastes space and I honestly don't know where the one I had went =\
    This is Sheba, if you've never seen her lurkin'



    I think you just need oodles moar pics of everything! Plants AND Pets :3

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    It's not a lizard, or a reptile, it's an amphibian, a type of salamander actually, and specifically a species that does not usually come out of the larval stage.
    You're making me feel like i'm being scolded by my science teacher for not paying attention. Learn something new everyday...thanks!

    Dionae: Thanks! Axolotls are actually a type of amphibian. The red fluffy things are gills, and his tail (which you can't see in these pictures) resembles that of a tadpole. They are related to salamanders. Actually, except for the pink coloring, this is the way regular salamanders look before they metamorphosize. Unlike salamanders, however, axolotls (usually) never undergo metamorphosis. They also have the ability to regenerate lost limbs and organs.
    Well, it is a beautiful amphibian. I used to own a chinese water dragon and a few leopard geckos. The geckos would regenerate their tails but they would grow back all grotesque looking. I don't know this from experience but i've seen a few regenerated tails and they weren't pretty. Nice job with her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dionae View Post
    You're making me feel like i'm being scolded by my science teacher for not paying attention. Learn something new everyday...thanks!
    LOL! Sorry I can be an old hag sometimes. I've been an amphibian nerd for years, and have heard that lizard line too many times. :P

    I forgive you.
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    wow.. I didn't realize the level your collection was at. Very nice!

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    Your plants look fantastic. Such vibrant colors. I like the spec x tal best.

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    Yay you have gorgeous plants, and cute critters to boot!

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    That is a way cool axolotl

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    Awesome collection, neps and axolotl both

    Now I'm thinking how cool it would look to have a big axolotl tank (part land and part water) with plenty of CP planted in it.

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