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I remember my teacher having like 5 of them in her classroom. She had them for years and her students changed the names every year. She had, I think, 4 pinks ones and then one all black spotted one. They were the coolest things we had ever seen! And when the school year was over, she asked a few of her students to take care of them over the summer. My little brother got to take care of three, including the new baby one. When she put one of them in a tank with another for a brief moment in order to clean the tank, they had mated and the female gave birth. All the babies died except one and my little brother got to take care of it. It was quite an experience to have friends and family come over to see them and they have no idea what it is and some even freaked out. They are awesome and unique pets!
They are originally from Mexico Julia, and in here is quite common to find them in captivity. The are greatly endagered because they only live in a very special ecosystem called “Xochimico’s lake” which is kind of polluted, but also because for years and years they were thought to have healing feautures due to their regeneration abilities; they were killed and sold as medicine. The black ones are far more common but less pretty think