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Transcript of Axolotl Adaptations
system of Mexico City. It prefers the salty
water that has a lot of vegetations. It is only native
to Lake Xochimilco and Lake Chalco , but
Lake Chalco doesn’t exist anymore and
Lake Xochimilco remains mainly as canals. The Axolotl has an adaptation that allows it to regenerate the body parts it has lost.
This helps the Axolotl to its body parts back and have his full body. It can breath through its skin. And three feathery gills that are placed on either side of its head. When it spends a long time in shallow waters their gills absorb and they begin using their lungs, but if they stay in deep water, they will keep their gills.
This adaptation helps the Axolotl be able to breathe under water and on land. They also have a mean of transportation because of their aquatic life. Neoteny is the cause because it is the inability that allows it to metamorphosize from larva to an adult. His larva tail and his four limbs makes its mobility better.
This adaptation helps it survive by making it easy for the Axolotl to travel or move. They also have the adaptation having
different colors and patterns. They come in grey,
brown, golden albino, white albino, and black,
which is a wild type.
This adaptation helps the Axolotl survive in its
environment because it can help it camoflouge. It teeth are shaped like cones.
This adaption allows the
Axolotl to grip its food placing it
in position before swallowing it whole.