This is an adult male melanoid albino axolotl, the Mexican Salamander - salamandre mexicaine.
Ethereal , an albino micro bat , in memory of . Thank you Bat World for being her keeper and protector !
axolotl (say ax-ol-ot-o) salamander that never undergo metamorphosis from the larvae stage, therefore the water gills remain intact in adulthood. They do have the ability to regenerate limbs.
Mexican West Coast Rattlesnake (Crotolus basiliscus) by Kai Rösler. A venomous pit viper species found in western Mexico. The specific name is derived from the Greek word for king, basiliskos, and alludes to this snake's large size and potent venom.
An albino Mexican free tail bat, Mary Cummins, Animal Advocates by Mary Cummins on Flickr.
Axolotl- the Mexican salamander
The Mexican axolotl can regrow missing limbs, parts of its brain, and even make new neurons. (Photo by Stephen Dalton, NHPA/Photoshot, National Geographic Stock)
Albino Mexican Milk Snake
My albino Mexican step son lol
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White roses and striped albino California Kingsnakes. The flesh color on these snakes can range in color from raw chicken to lavender depending on lighting and genetics.
I'm an albino polar bear with a vanilla bean frappé from Starbucks but still.
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The axolotls "water monster", also known as a Mexican salamander (Ambystoma mexicanum) or a Mexican walking fish, is a neotenic salamander.