What vertebrate group is a axolotl in?

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  • What vertebrate group is a axolotl in?


Jenny P | 10/04 2014 15:31
The axolotl is in the vertebrate group amphibian.
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Axolotls on the EDGE! ... the Axolotl is neotenous: it ... diverged and in fact may be ‘among the most recently derived vertebrate species ...
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The axolotl, however, ... As any vertebrate, the body of an axolotl is built around a skeleton but with a difference. Even in fully grown animals, ...
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The axolotl is a highly favoured study vertebrate in the laboratory due to its amazing healing/regeneration ... on the southern edge of Mexico City, ...
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Animals with backbones are vertebrates. ... Vertebrate classes Vertebrate classes and some of their key features. class features examples; amphibians:
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