Axolotls are 100 times more resistant to cancer than mammals. Heads of Axolotls are wide, and they have lidless eyes. A male axolotl is identified by its swollen cloacae lined with papillae. While females are noticed by their wider bodies full of eggs.
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They can regenerate pretty much anything in their body including limbs, jaws, tail, spinal cord and skin. So, it can regenerate spinal cord even after it being cut off or broken. Axolotls can regenerate the same limb more than 100 times. Without showing any signs of scarring or amputation.
An Axolotl can also receive transplanted organs from other axolotls. And accept them with rejection. Scientists are hoping to replicate these features in humans. An Axolotl remains in the larval form its entire life. In the wild, it never undergoes metamorphosis into an adult salamander. Although a single injection of iodine can turn young axolotls into adult salamanders.
In captivity to increase their population and release them into the wild.
But some heartless people have no regards whatsoever about these endangered species. One such heartless person shot an endangered orangutan 130 times, killing it. Read more about this tragic story Right here.