Axolotl or Salamander as Water Monster

Axolotl

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Axolotl which is also called mexican salamander (Ambystoma mexicanum) or some call it moster water because of its very different shape than animals in general.

The word Axolotl is derived from the Nāhuatl āxōlōtl (singular) or āxōlōmeh (plural) meaning “water monster”. The species also has the term ojolote which is a common name for different salamanders.

The reproduction of axolotl amphibians differs from the common type of amphibians. Axolotl larvae do not undergo metomorfosis so adult Oxolotl is a must-have gills like a small Axolotl.

Axolotl is an animal with a very remarkable ability because he can regenerate almost all parts of his body. Because of this, Axolotl amphibian animals are often used as scientific research during this time.

Unfortunately Axolotl is a unique animal with this extraordinary ability, now included in the endangered species due in 2010 in Ciudad de Mexico there is urbanization and water pollution. As a result Afroka tilapia, Asian carpers and others from outside Mexico feed on young Axolotl as well as Axolotl’s main food source.

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