Manchester Axolotls
3 of the largest ones are now 5cm in length and their head is 1cm in width and the largest is 5.5cm in length with 1cm width head.
The smallest one is 3cm in length and only 5mm width head

1. I am only using BBS once a week now, they are all on frozen bloodworms now. Its getting quite expensive as its working out at 1 frozen block a day to feed them.

2. The smaller ones are still unsure about the bloodworms, maybe thats why they still small, as for the larger ones that can eat 3 big bloodworms in a go and have got quite a bite on them, you can feel the force when they bite and pull away.

3. Some of them are very much like ADF's they lay ontop of each other when resting.
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