I am no longer a subscriber to this account, so please email me your
replies, but I need help!
I am a high school science teacher who taught a special class last year
for grade schoolers on animals. One thing we did in class was observe
axolotls and some of the kids adopted them as pets. I just received a
frantic call from one of those kids because her axolotl (Aristotle) is
sick. Annie said that he (a wild type) is losing his skin, turning white
and will not eat.
Please help if you can!!!
Lori Ahrenhoerster "Like snowmen, babies have no proper necks, but
loria at acs.stritch.edu there is a place right behind the ears and
loria at omnifest.uwm.edu down an inch where head meets torso that is
Mommy to Carissa Jo, 3-28-95 heaven to nuzzle" -Terry Hekker