What is an axolotl? As legend has it, the axolotl is the Aztec god of fire and lightning, Xolotl, which disguised himself as a salamander to avoid being sacrificed. But these Mexican amphibians are impressive enough on their own, with the ability to regenerate lost limbs. An axolotl can reach 18 inches in length, but nowadays grows to about 9 inches

  • Most Kangaroos Are Left-Handed

  • Some Kangaroos Can Hop 25 Feet

  • They Can Use Their Tail as a Fifth Leg

  • They Sometimes Drown Their Enemies

  • They Eat Grass Like Cows, but Burp Less Methane

  • Kangaroos Are the Largest Marsupials on Earth

  • They Come in Many Shapes and Sizes

  • Kangaroos can swim

  • Kangaroos have many breeds

  • Kangaroos are powerful kickers