albino axolotl- see "near extinct mexican walking fish" below for another pic
The Axolotl, or Mexican Walking Fish. According to the Guardian, species around the world are disappearing at almost times the natural rate — which means we’re losing around species every day.
The Axolotl (The Mexican Salamander): These tiny amphibians can be found in central American lakes. They’ve been on the endangered species list since 2010 and a recent study in 2013 was unable to find any in the wild.
Ambystoma mexicanum can regenerate most body parts, including spinal cord and brain
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The axolotl also known as a Mexican salamander (Ambystoma mexicanum) or a Mexican walking fish, is a neotenic salamander, closely relate.
Axolotl, or the Mexican neotenic mole salamander is quite unique. While other amphibians are born with gills as larvae and breathe air as adults, Axolotl retains its larval attributes, including its gills through maturity. Also, it looks like a Mudkip.
Summary: Fishing has been going on for a very long time. There are millions of people who are involved in the fishing business. Most of the people who are involved in the fishing business are associated with catching salt water fishes.