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Axolotl for beginners

Axolotl for beginners
1x1 guide for appropriate keeping, care and feeding in the aquarium incl. interesting facts
If you look closely at the axolotl, at first you don't know what to think of it. Is he a fish or is he a snake? Is he a reptile or is he an amphibian? On the one hand it looks cute, on the other hand it is also a bit scary. He gives the impression that he wants to resemble a monster-like tadpole. He is also a nocturnal roommate who searches for his prey in the dark. You don't really trust him to do that, because his pink branches make him look friendly.

What to expect in the book:

What are axolotls?
Lifespan and sexual maturity
Please note when purchasing?
loner or group
Socialization with other animals
Aquarium, space requirements and basic equipment
Cleaning and intervals
Diet and feeding intervals
Breeding and rearing
Common illnesses and first aid This is all about the topic of “water monsters”. You will be informed about the axolotl keeping, the axolotl breeding and the axolotl eggs. Before you get a pet, you should be clear about what awaits you in the future. With the Axolotl you have chosen a fairly easy-care pet, which does not require that much attention.

Mini profile for a better overview:

Name: Axolotl (translated: water monster)
Scientific name: Ambystoma Mexicanum
Class: Amphibians
Order: salamander
Family: cross-toothed newts
Size: 15 to 45 centimeters
Speed: Not known
Weight: 60 to 200 grams
Lifespan: 10 to 20 years
Diet: worms, fish and crabs
Enemies: Birds and Fish
Habitat: Mexico
Features feather-like gills
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