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    The idea that adult humans exhibit certain neotenous (juvenile) features, not evinced in the great apes, is about a century old. Louis Bolk made a long list of such traits in 1920
    Believe or not, but I'm talking about one of the representative neoteny, Axolotl,
    is the best known of the Mexican neotenic mole salamanders(sold under the name wooper looper),
    not Oompa Loompa





    My friend started to keep an albino Axolotl a few weeks ago unexpectedly
    My friend named it "Ribon"

    Ribon is kept in a great aquarium alone with a powerful filtration system






    You can see some of plants called Pothos at the corner
    and some driftwoods, airation
    It looks perfect





    I've never wanted to keep an Axolotl in my life, but I know some of old aged Axolotls look
    very attractive and elegant
    I ike the part of the flank especialy





    It looks like the cat that swallowed the canary after eating an univalve shell and a head of a weatherfish! ha!





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    Those are some great looking pictures as always . He is cute.
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    Thank you, but this time it's not my pictures, my friend's
    He likes camera and keep many animals
    This neoteny is his newest pet



    Quote Originally Posted by txrepgirl View Post
    Those are some great looking pictures as always . He is cute.

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    Oh OK. Well then you can tell him that he did great with taking those pictures. They look nice and congrat him for me on his new pet. I saw some at our Reptile Expo yesterday and I was thinking about the pictures you have posted . They are very cute.
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