Can axolotl's be taken out of water?
no axolotls do not come out of water
yes, axolotls do only live in the water since it only has gills
Mexican walking fish are aquatic salamanders called axolotls. Axolotls can not live out of water.
Usually when the water is cooler, male axolotls deposit spermatophores out of their cloaca. Then the females pick these up into her cloaca.
Yes, everything mates. Axolotls usually mate around spring, when the water is coolest in their natural habitat
Their limbs are not strong enough to support them out of water.
No. Axolotls do not bite at all. In fact, they eat by sucking water into they're mouth and what the are trying to eat is sucked in also.
They get their food from water,and sometimes land
No extant amphibians live in salt water.
Not really they slowly paddle along in the water
No , any amphibian can't survive , live and reproduce with out water .
It is not recommended to allow Axolotls (mexican walking fish) to come out of water as you will force them to metamorp into salamanders , this is not good for the axolotls health ,the stress alone can kill them. If they do survive the process their life span is severely shortened as is the quality of their life.
No. Axolotls are amphibians.
No! Axolotls DO NOT have antennae!
Axolotls are not dinosaurs. Axolotls belong to a group of animals that's older than dinosaurs.
Axolotls are real, they do exist.
An axolotl is a salamander in the larval stage. They live in the water, so they need to have gills to breathe.
Yes, but its Likely the axolotls would eat the fish. 1. Axolotls are salamanders, not fish. 2. There are many species of fish that would do fine with an axolotyl, and others would be considered a good meal. 3. Axolotls need cold, fresh, well oxygenated water, so tropical fish would not be appropriate.
Axolotls lay eggs they do not get pregnant.
yes. you can hold them out of water. but you have to keep them wet all over. its very important their skin doesn't dry out. don't keep them out of water for too long though.
no they can't. its vegetarian axolotls are meat eaters.
Axolotls are not native to Australia. However, they have been imported as pets.
yes they do because they live in it all though fill a tank about halfway to ensure it can breath
Axolotls sleep underwater. They are the only amphibians that still have gills as adults.
Axolotls live in freshwater. Lakes or streams. Not in the salty ocean.
No. Axolotls are ectothermic, which is commonly referred to as 'cold-blooded'. Axolotls are amphibians, and all amphibians are ectothermic, as are fish and reptiles. Their body temperature is dependent on external environmental conditions.
Axolotls are predators, and will eat small fish if presented with the opportunity.
Just Google: "Axolotl for sale" and you will find lots of people selling Axolotls
Axolotls in the wild are a brownish colour, which helps them to blend in with the riverbed that they live in. The white axolotls with red eyes are mutant albinos and are very rare in the wild. They find it very hard to camouflage.
Ther are more animal species than axolotls that are amphibians. Frogs, toads Newts...
Axolotls will eat anything meatwise they can grab so a goldfish would be fair game.
NO they do not .
axolotls are not bugs .but they are realated to salamanders if you are looking for a pet similar suggest a newt , but axolotls are very cute.
yes axioltls breath air well my does so dont fill the tank to much that it cant come up to breath
if its a pet i dont know but axolotls usually eat worms,mollusks,insect larva,crustaceans,and some fish.
Yes they do!
No, they are from Mexico
They have gills.
Of coarse not!
No, they are amphibians.
Axolotls typically live for between 10 to 15 years, although some have lived for well over 20.
Axolotls are born then turn into a tadpole then when they have reached 18-24 months they are sexually mature and can reproduce by mating.
The Axolotls niche is that they eat other animals and keep the animals on the food chain lower than them from overpopulating. Its habitat has always been restricted to two lakes in Mexico: Lake Chalco and Lake Xochimilco. They currently only live in Lake Xochimilco due to Lake Chalco being drained for drinking water.
Axolotl Facts Pronounced: ACK-suh-LAH-tuhl Origin: Mexico City Albino: Origin Reared in captivity Temperature: Keep in Unheated Aquarium 50-68F *No higher Attitude: Frequent biter of tank mates Issues: Will eat gravel Security: None needed Foods: worms, insect larva, crustaceans, fish, crickets Supplements: None needed Housing: At least a gallon of water per axolotl Water: Clean water preferably hard Introduction to Axolotls The Axolotl is very unique. The axolotl is a type of salamander, native to Mexico… Read More
Water and salts are taken from foods and drinkable water.
Yes. Axolotls have a dangerous venom in their tiny teeth. Although it is rare that these small teeth peirce human skin it has happened. Ninjas were known to use axolotls as lethal weapons when fighting in war. The most common name for and axolotl is Jamian
Axolotls are many colors. Their normal color, or wild type, is tan-brownish or olive green. The colors of the melanoids are black. Albino axolotls can be gold with gold eyes, light pink with red eyes, or light pink with black eyes( known as leucistic)
fish die when taken out of the water because they have gills and fish absorb oxygen from the water and when the fish are taken out they die because of them .
Spring or winter.