Cute Overload :D
Sometimes you find pix
You have no clue what it is
Like this little guy
He’s an axolotl.
That’s an axolotl!
axolotol/salamander/love the gills!
He’s an axolotl.
They call it an oopa loopa in Japan 🙂
Google the “axlotl song” on youtube, people. I play it for my college students all the time. It’s hilarious.
Axolotl what you can do for your country…..
Thanks for the earworm 🙂
I like the live version.
the axolotl is now possibly extinct in the wild.
we need to take better care of our stuff, we hoomins. we’re not the last ones who need it.
Not prone to asthma attacks
Wears lungs inside out
oh damn, out of practice. 😛
“The Axolotl:” …etc.
(in the voice of “The Honey Badger” narrator 😉 )
Axolotl – a favorite meme in early Mad Magazines.
That is quite possibly the sweetest way to put it. Yes, yes we should. Thank you blair.
Who ate my choccies?
Axolotl ate them all.
Smudged face is the proof!
he’s used to people
that axolotl questions
about what he is
Not only are they called Oopa Loopa in Japan, but you can also buy them in pet stores! I have seen some crazy pets for sale there. This was both extremely cute and tame.
Hi, Teho! You’ll just have to check in on a more regular basis. Oh, and you have been missed!
Axolotl is Nahuatl for
A ‘water monster’.
It’s pronounced ‘ah-zhol-otl’ in Nahuatl, which is the Aztec language; ‘a’ means water, and ‘xolotl’ is monster. The Nahuatl word for turkey is ‘huexolotl’ (‘hue’ pronouced ‘hway’), which means ‘big or impressive monster’, and became guajalote in Mexican Spanish. (‘Pavo’, which comes from Spanish Spanish and ultimately from the Latin for ‘peacock’ is also acceptable.)
Nahuatl is still spoken in parts of Mexico. When I studied it, some of the texts we used were bilingual Nahuatl-Spanish books intended to help Nahuatl-speaking kids learn Spanish. The ‘tl’ sound doesn’t exist in either English or Spanish; it’s called a ‘lateralized t’, and is made by putting your tongue against the back of your upper teeth and letting the air out to the sides between your tongue and hard palate.
It dose have a cute baby-like face!
Another example of ” I don’t need to be fuzzy fuzzy to be cute cute!”
He’s fantastic! I have a rescued pet axie of my own here in the US, named Nosferatu. Fun axie fact: They can heal and regenerate cut-off limbs almost indefinitely, and sometimes they even go overboard and pop an extra one out while they’re at it!
I hope you show up soon
‘Cause my heart needs relatin’