Axolotl

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While axolotl are usually black in color, other color phases, including white, have been produced in the laboratory.

While wild axolotl are usually mottled brownish-green to dark black in color, other color phases and morphs have been produced in the laboratory. White, leucistic, and albino specimens are common in captivity.

Sources: (Brunst, January 1955; Griffiths, Bride, et al., 2004; Majchrzak, 2004)
Image: Josh More

 

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