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Amazing Axolotls micro-lesson

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Axolotls are amphibians which originate from Mexico. These animals are fascinating for a number of reasons. Unlike other amphibians, axolotls rarely leave the water. This is because very few axolotls actually develop the organs required to breathe outside of the water. Another unusual feature of these animals is they are able to regrow parts of their bodies including damaged or lost limbs all without permanent scarring. They have a life span of 10 to 15 years in the wild and up to 20 years in captivity. Unfortunately, axolotls are near extinction due to water pollution in their habitats. Luckily, conservationists and scientists are working hard to protect this species and the environments that they are found in.

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  • Where do axolotls come from?

    1) Mexico
    2) Thailand
    3) Australia
    4) New Zealand
  • Why do axolotls rarely leave the water?

    1) Few axolotls develop the organs to breathe outside of the water
    2) They don't want to leave the water
    3) It's too risky to leave the water
    4) Axolotls can't live outside the water for long
  • Can axolotls regrow parts of their bodies?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • How long can axolotls live in captivity?

    1) Up to 20 years
    2) 5 years
    3) 2 years
    4) 10 years
  • Why are axolotls near extinction?

    1) Water pollution
    2) Fishing
    3) Unknown
    4) Global warming

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