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Copy of axolotl
Transcript of Copy of axolotl
united states, great Britain, japan and more. Structure The axolotl usually grows about 30 centimeters and weighs between 60-227 grams. They come in a variety of colours such as pink, brown, black, white and even invisible. They have a long body with four legs and a tail. They are coverd in skin not scales.
They have gills to breathe through which are at the
top of their flat heads. Their teeth are not meant for biting but to get a hold of grip on their prey. Food Axolotls are carnivores.
they eat worms, insects and some fish. Axolotls are preyed on by birds and fish. which is
effecting their population. Axolotls grow up to 10-15 years old 1 year old 2 years old 3 years old 4 years old 5 years old 6 years old Life span Breeding Axolotls usually breed in the
wild from march to June. Their eggs hatch from
atleast 10-14 days. Axolotls breed once
yearly in the wild. They lay from 100-300 eggs. Behavior Axolotls can be active during any time of day. FIRST: Second: Third: Fourth: Fifth: Lastly: prezi by: satnam kaur & hallie douse :) Facts -Did you know that axolotl eggs
can be used to treat canser. -axolotl have the ability to regenerate
lost limbs. Axolotls are vertebrates. They are also amphibians. Thank you for watching. now we will play millionaire. - axolotls are from the tiger salamander complex.