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    Not really fish

    But I get to pick up my two little baby axototls tonight! They're nothing fancy, (wild type) but I'm adopting them from the reptile rescue!

    I am beyond excited. I'm starting to cycle their bigger tank to be ready for them when they get bigger.

    If I can look after these guys with no issue, I'll be picking up a leicystic!

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    Pics when you get them! I love their little faces Grats! And good luck!

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    I'm On my way home with them right now. They're so tiny!

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    Ooo can't wait for a pic or 3!!!

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    I wanna see too ha idk what they are tho hmm probably easier to just google the name but still pictures when your ready would be sweet.
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    What are their care requirements in relation to those of a tropical fish? Can't wait to see pictures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsarchie View Post
    What are their care requirements in relation to those of a tropical fish? Can't wait to see pictures!
    Axies are awesome as they don't need a heater. They need to be kept in room temperature or LOWER water.

    I'm really hoping I can keep them alive I've never done fish/etc before.

    They're gonna stay in a small tank till I can get the bigger one ready and cycled.

    Here's some pics, they're really tiny!



    These are the ones my grandma wants to get after:

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    Those are completely adorable. What do you feed them?!?
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    The cup is useful because of it's emptiness

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    Brineshrimp, bloodworms, pellets, earthworms

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    1.0 Lesser 100% Het Albino poss het OG (Tinersons)
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    1.1 Normal BCIs (Damon and Conga)
    0.1 Crested Gecko (Natasha)
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    0.0.1 P.Metallica
    0.0.1 A.Avicularia
    0.0.2 P.Irminia
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    0.0.1 N.Coloratovillosus
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