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This is a new species of siren salamander called the Siren reticulata described earlier this week, say something nice about him.
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>>2887928
legless axolotl
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>>2887928
He is adorable and has pretty eyes

>>2887930
That's what I thought but apparently they aren't related at all (aside from both being salamanders). They also have forelegs, youcan see them if you look carefully but I didn't see them at first either because I thought they were gills
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>>2887928
He's got very fluffy gills and I want him to come live in my tank
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I love sirens, I want one so bad. Anyone have experence with keeping them?
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>>2887959
They're basically just axolotls except bigger. Also watch out for their teeth, they like to bite when picked up.
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Odd but cute.
10/10 precious
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>>2887930
Look closer, sirens still possess forelimbs.



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