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Unlike the Axolotl, the Tiger Salamander adult sometimes goes and lives on land and sheds those external gills and tail fin. For my "Axolotl" design, it is based off of a leucistic colored Axolotl which is a light pink body, darker red/pink gills, brown/black eyes, and "freckle" like dots on its skin. Axolotl Care. Axolotl Care Sheet; Axolotl Housing; What to feed your axolotl; Common axolotl myths; Axolotl tankmates: fish edition; Axolotl Diseases; Breeding & Genetics. Axolotl breeding, part 1: genetic and health considerations; Axolotl Genetics, Part 1: Color Pigments; Axolotl Genetics, Part 2: Mendelian Inheritance and AlbinismAxolotls, Ambystoma mexicanum, also known as the water dog, Mexican salamander, and Mexican water dog, is one of the most unique aquarium inhabitants out there. They are a salamander that stays larval its whole life, meaning they remain fully aquatic and retain their external gills through adulthood. (Top: GFP wild-type Bottom: Golden GFP) For more information, check out this care sheet at axolotl.org, or come in to our new location on Lake City Way to see the babies in all their waddly, goofy splendor! (A leucistic leopard baby)Axolotls: Introduction and Care Sheet The Axolotl (pronounced ACK-suh-LAH-tuhl), also known as the Mexican Salamander or the Mexican Walking Fish, is a unique type of salamander that originates from a pair of adjacent lakes in Mexico, Lake Xochimilco and Lake Chalco.