This amphibian cuddle-ball is remarkably rare. Like its close cousin, Ambystoma mexicanum, or Axolotl, it seeks solitude and repose on or near the banks of its favorite water features, in which it pokes about with its tiny, dexterous “hands” for succulent worms. It is as sly as a fox, but bears no genetic similarity to the same. Some say that the tears from a Foxalotl’s laughter, when rubbed in the eyes, allow one to temporarily see the Fairies that inhabit the forests of the world.



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