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How many eggs can an axolotl lay at a single time?

Almost all amphibians lay between 1 and 450 eggs at a single laying.

An axolotl lays between 100 and 1000 eggs, with the number depending on the age and size of the female, and the time since the previous breeding event.

 

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Why do axolotls retain a juvenile appearance throughout life?

Several salamanders, including the axolotl, retain juvenile characteristics as adults and are called paedomorphic.

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