So I know wild axolotls are only supposed to be in one lake in Mexico or something, but I found a little ditch on the side of the road in Lowell, Idaho, and it has like, 100 1-2 inch axolotls in it! I caught 2, (there was only 1 pink leucistic one that I saw, which I got, and the other was a green wildtype) and named them Bullet and Pink Floyd. (you can guess which is which.) Anyway, I have been taking care of them for about a week now, and they have been eating the earthworms I have cut into baby sized portions, and they look happy an healthy. They are growing fast and show no signs of problems or stress. I am keeping the water temp around 60 degrees Farenhiet, so thats good. I don't have a tank yet, so they are in a big chocolate almond container with big rocks on the bottom and a peice of moss for a place to kind of hide. Basically I'm just confused as to how there are wild axolotls in Idaho! And I'm hoping for some advice on how to take care of them. Thanks!