Chimera Axolotl For Sale
The Chimera morph just like the Firefly combines the genes of two other morphs, however, unlike the Firefly it is naturally occurring. The two morphs – usually Wild Type and Albino – in the Chimera are split right down the middle of Axolotl giving it its highly unique appearance. This is caused by the fertilization of two eggs which then fuse together to produce one offspring. It is an extremely rare phenomenon and part of the reason for this is that the chimeric trait cannot be passed down from parents to offspring.
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