These pages are for information purposes. If you visit, you are looking for more information about Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) – he should get it. Therefore, we would like to ask every visitor to tell us his personal experiences, to point out possible mistakes and to increase the information content of these pages.
When you see an Axolotl for the first time, it usually triggers the greatest astonishment, enthusiasm or horror. Hardly any animal polarises more than an axolotl, but it is not really surprising because of its bizarre appearance!
What is an axolotl? A fish, a reptile or rather an amphibian? Where and how does this curiosity live? Few people in our society can answer this question with certainty. In recent years, interest in Axolotl has increased greatly and the level of awareness of these amphibians in the circle of aquarists and breeders has also grown very strong.
In order to do justice to the steadily growing interest and hence the increasing significance of the Axolotl in aquaristics, this homepage has been expanded and redesigned.
However, what makes up a Axolotl, or what needs this pig in the attitude, breeding and care, is usually beyond the knowledge of an average informed aquarist. If one gets information about the zoological specialized trade, then these are usually given in insufficient depth. It is advisable to get in contact with an axolotl breeder. The Internet also holds information in abundance for the seeker, but these are sometimes contradictory, wrong or often end in the subsequent application in a fiasco.
Also the name meets one in the most different variants. Axolotel, Axolutel and Axelotel are the most common spellings.
These pages are intended to give all important information about the Axolotl in an easy-to-understand way and, moreover, to convey a sound knowledge of successful husbandry, care, disease treatment and breeding. Please help with deviant observations, experiences and insights to expand the information content of these pages by telling us your experience or information!
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