Do axolotls live in Maine?
Axolotls live in freshwater. Lakes or streams. Not in the salty ocean.
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.
Axolotls typically live for between 10 to 15 years, although some have lived for well over 20.
Axolotls are predators, and will eat small fish if presented with the opportunity.
No but most of them live in Mexico
Axolotls are very interesting animals. They are like salamanders. They use to live in Lake Chalco, until that place got drained. They still live in Lake Xochimilico. They are awesome!!!
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.
no,never,nope and will never be
No extant amphibians live in salt water.
No , any amphibian can't survive , live and reproduce with out water .
as far as i know yes but i might be wrong
yes they do live in Maine
Bears live in the forests of Maine.
Axolotls will eat the fish. So the answer is,"Yes but not for long"
10-15 years If looked after properly, they can live for 10 to 15 years. They can live up to 30 years of age.
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Yes, badgers do live in Maine. Some other common rodents that live in Maine include the chipmunk, squirrel, hedgehog, and raccoon.
No. Platypuses do not live in Maine. They are endemic to eastern Australia.
Axolotls live near Mexico city, but that is only where they originated from. Its not common to find any in the Basin of Mexico any more. If you are looking for one they are not found at at Petco or other places were you might find amphibians. Its a good try. Lake Xaltoco is what the lake is called.
No. Axolotls are amphibians.
No! Axolotls DO NOT have antennae!
the Cherokees Indians did live in Maine at one point
Axolotls are not dinosaurs. Axolotls belong to a group of animals that's older than dinosaurs.
Lake Xochimilco and the Olympic Canoe Course which is nearby. No joke. They were forced to move there due to pollution and invasive species. They live underwater because they retain their gills as adults. They can also gulp air at the surface. The primary location for wild axolotls is Lake Xochimilco in Mexico, which is ecologically imperiled. Many thousands live in captivity, in aquariums or in scientific research facilities. They are critically endangered but can… Read More
No, but Northern Water Snakes, which look similar, do live in Maine.
Yes, whales do live off the Maine coast.
Axolotls are real, they do exist.
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An axolotl is a salamander in the larval stage. They live in the water, so they need to have gills to breathe.
no axolotls do not come out of water
Somewhere in Maine... of cource
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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.
They eat almost anything they can catch. Dead and live fish, insects, crustacea, larvae etc.
yes they do because they live in it all though fill a tank about halfway to ensure it can breath
A Maine Coon can live for 9 - 15 years. 9 to 15 years
Axolotls lay eggs they do not get pregnant.
Yes. Live garden worms are great food for Axolotls and all fish too. - actually no. sorry person who wrote this, but worms from the garden contain parasites and this will disease your axolotl and fish. this is why you buy breed worms from the pet shop.
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no they can't. its vegetarian axolotls are meat eaters.
Axolotls are not native to Australia. However, they have been imported as pets.
no they prefer colder places such as the North Pole or the South Pole. They could live in a Maine zoo tho.
Yes, the American Coot lives in South Maine.
Axolotls sleep underwater. They are the only amphibians that still have gills as adults.
Maine coons like to live in cool places but they can live in warm place keep in mind they like cool places better but warm is fine to
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.
Well depending on where you live like if you live in Maine or not I think in many MAine book stores that i have been in like borders and such they have books on towns and areas I hope that answers your question
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