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    Either way, this is the creepiest thing I've seen for an aquarium since I first saw an Arowana. Does anyone on here keep these things???
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    OHhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.... WAIT. Maybe........ THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I BOUGHT FROM THE BAIT SHOP!!!!!!!!!!! No pre-salamander BS... oh, and.........

    "while the most commonly accepted translation is "water-dog" (from "atl" for water, and "xolotl", which can also mean dog)."

    EAT IT, nick!

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    Axolotl:


    Larval Tiger Salamander:


    Gulf Coast Water Dog:


    Mudpuppy:


    Siren:


    Do you see a similarity here?

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    Hmmm..... yep. They were definitely Axolotl (aka waterdogs).

    Here ya go: http://www.axolotl.org/

    newb......

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterp63 View Post
    newb......
    Look into my eye...

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    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!

    THAI, HEEEEELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Where can you get these?
    Fish are people too, they just have gills.

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    Fish Gallery has them right now, according to Facebook. Not sure of the price. Can one be safely kept in a planted tank with cories and larger African Butterfly Catfish?

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    I would say no to catfish. Axo's will eat anything that fits in their mouths. They would probably try to eat cories, and with the whole spiny fins, might end up killing both.
    75 planted (Being Renovated)
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