Crimes Against Axolotls – John P. Clare, The Founder of Axolotl.org is killing Axolotls

Get The Proper Information Before Getting Your Water Dragon
Tella May 30, 2017

I am a costumer of Philip Vena from buy-axolotls.com and I got my beautiful water dragon in March. I was very happy with my water dragon but he was not happy with me. I made many mistakes with my water dragon because I chose to listen to people who call themselves “experts” on axolotls. I would study my axolotl carefully and noticed my axolotl would get ill a lot because I was following websites like Caudata.org. All of the information posted on that site is posted by random axolotl owners and not actual professional breeders like Philip Vena himself. I highly encourage any axolotl owner to follow the proper care instructions on buy-axolotls.org. The breeder Philip Vena has had experience with these creatures since 2001. He’s bred hundreds of water dragons. He has high knowledge of these animals. I was thankful because he responded to a phone call a few days ago and saved my axolotl. Caudata.org gave me a lot of false information and I was stressing my poor axolotl out to death. I put filters and aeration tubes that were stressing my axolotl. I also over fed him. Philip helped me by explaining everything I had to do immediately to save my axolotl. Please learn from my mistakes. If you’re making any of these mistakes please check the care instructions on buy-axolotls.org or call Philip Vena himself if the damage is too much.
I hope this can help somebody!
Tella

There is nothing worse than a Bozo who states out of range temperature that an Axolotl cannot survive at

John P. Clare, The Founder of Axolotl.org is killing Axolotls

In the January 2011 issue of Reptile Magazine an article written by John P. Clare PhD the Founder of Axolotl.org on page 42 he states the following; “Axolotls require a water temperature below 75°F.” This is an out of range temperature and axolotl cannot survive at 74°F temperature. It’s like saying humans beings can live at 150°F temperature. 150°F is out of our temperature range we cannot survive at. No axolotl can live at temperatures above 72°F. Even at 72°F you are at the highest temperature that makes it extremely difficult for an axolotl to survive at. This is like saying that Humans can survive at 120°F. At 120°F Humans are at the very edge of the temperature range and will struggle to survive. Humans that are sick, old and young will die at 120°F. The proper Axolotl temperature is 68° and you can expect a full healthy life at this temperature or below. This Bozo also states a 74°F on his web site too, Axolotl.org and 74°F at    http://www.reptilesmagazine.com/Care-Sheets/Frogs-Amphibians/Axolotl/

John P. Clare (You Bozo) you need to apologize to the Axolotl Community especially for all Axolotls that died because of you posted the out of range temperature of 74°, that killed a lot of axolotls. John P. Clare, you need to make amends.

Contact Information:
John P. Clare
Chemistry Teacher
Cuyahoga Community College
700 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone: 216-987-6000.
email address: John@caudata.org

John P. Clare is the author of Axolotl.org, and the founder of Caudata.org and FrogForum.net You Bozo Stop It!  You Are Killing Axolotls!

Axolotl.org is killing Axolotls  When a website either knows or should have known that they are posting information that kills Axolotls. Axolotls are an endangered species and this website is making them even more endangered by killing them. The Founder of this website is John P. Clare who is well known for publishing false information that will kill your axolotl.

Why is Axolotl.org care instructions are killing Axolotls.
Axolotl.org does not know the difference between a Fish and a Amphibian. Axolotl.org care instructions are for Fish not for the Axolotl which is an Amphibian. Axolotls are: Air Breathing Cold Blooded Amphibian . Thats right John P. Clare, an Axolotl is an amphibian that breeds the air not the water.  Amphibians do not need the following; water conditioning, water parameters, and filters; this does not apply for air breathing amphibian. A Fish uses its gills to take in oxygen from the water; an amphibian (Axolotl) uses its lungs to take in oxygen form the air.  Axolotl.org care instructions are for a Fish. Axolotl.org has the worst care instructions on the internet and are causing needless Axolotl deaths. John P. Clare is the author of Axolotl.org, and the founder of Caudata.org  You Bozo Stop It!  You Are Killing Axolotls!

 

Go to: http://www.axolotl.org/housing.htm

So what’s wrong with the 2nd picture?

First thing you see is that the bottom of the aquarium is sand. Sand and gravel is the number one killer’s of Axolotls. For the past 350 Million years Axolotls have lived in Lake Xochimilco which has no sand or gravel at the bottom of it. When an Axolotl eats a blood worm from the bottom of tank filled with sand or gravel they will get a mouthful of food and sand or gravel with every bite and they do not spit out the sand or gravel. When a Axolotl eats sand or gravel it will kill them and That Is A Fact They Will Die.

John P. Clare if you think that sand and gravel is safe for an Axolotl to eat, then you need to prove that sand and gravel is safe for humans too tray eating it, Bozo. Do the test yourself eat a 1/2 cup of sand or gravel everyday. Please email me and let me know what it was like to pass sand in your stool the next day. (I’m sure it hurts a lot)  If you decide to do the test you will probably die from a sand or gravel clogging in your digestives track. This is a very painful way to die. This is not science, it’s just Common Sense…Something you are lacking. Now having said this, why would anybody recommend sand or gravel for the bottom of a Axolotl’s aquarium? John P. Clare if you think it’s safe for a Axolotl to eat sand or gravel then it Must Be Safe For YOU. RIGHT? Try the test yourself. Eat a half cup of sand or gravel per day and let’s see how long you live?

You Bozo Stop It, You Are Killing Axolotls!

Secondly, you see live tropical plants.

Indian Fern Temperature: 68-78o F

Vallisneria – Temperature: 64-82° F

Java Moss – Temperature: 68-80° F

An Axolotl needs to be at a temperature of 68° or below to survive. Two of the three Tropical plants cannot survive in water temperatures that are below 68°. So why do we see these live tropical plants in this picture? You Bozo Stop It! You Are Killing Axolotls!

The third issue is the light. Live tropical plants can only grow if they have a light source. By using an aquarium light you are producing heat which will raise the tank temperature and make it impossible for you to stay at 68° or below. So why do we see the aquarium light in this picture? You Bozo Stop It! You Are Killing Axolotls!

Contact Information:
John P. Clare
Chemistry Teacher
Cuyahoga Community College
700 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone: 216-987-6000.
email address: John@caudata.org

I have invoked my First Amendment – Right to Freedom of Speech. This is only the opinion of Philip Vena. I believe it’s necessary to point out people, websites, and magazines that publish false information that threaten the lives of Axolotls. I hope that the Axolotl Community will apply peer pressure against these offenders to make them rethink their statements and make amends for their actions. The Axolotl is a critically endangered species and we cannot allow false information to be published that threaten the life of the Axolotl.

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