Best kept alone, these frilly faces will appreciate at least 20 gallon tanks with lots of hiding places and water in the 60s or low 70s! Eating a meaty diet, these amphibians will need frozen or fresh worms and other invertebrates such as insects or shrimp, even small fish! While cute, it’s best not to regularly handle your axolotl as they are not fond of it to begin with and their skin is very delicate and permeable. Still, this pet is an absolute thrill to watch as it hunts around its aquarium in search of food or shelter! All pictures shown are for illustration purposes only. Actual products may vary due to natural variation with livestock.