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Ever seen an axolotl changing colour? Watch the amazing video

A video of an axolotl changing colours of its gills in front of a camera has gone crazy viral, leaving netizens mesmerised.

Ever seen an axolotl changing colour? Watch the amazing video-tgy
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Bengaluru, First Published Nov 13, 2021, 3:25 PM IST
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We all gaze a lot of time on the internet watching amazing and hilarious videos, and the internet never fails to disappoint us. Be it the videos of people with incredible skills or even adorable animal videos; we can't stop watching them.

Now such an adorable video is making rounds on social media for all the right reasons. A video of an axolotl changing colours of its gills in front of a camera has gone crazy viral and left netizens mesmerised.

Axolotls have become one of the most popular pets nowadays not only because they are easy to maintain but also it's super cute to look at them.

In the adorable viral video, an axolotl named Cheese can be seen looking into the camera and changing the colours of its gills. The cute aquatic pet can be seen changing its colours from red to purple, then from purple to pink and then from pink to orange. The video plays with the background music TWINNEM by Coi Leray is so cute that netizens are left mesmerised. Take a look.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Emily✨ (@emilywithanimals)

The clip was shared by an Instagram influencer named Emily, who shares videos with her pet animals on her Instagram account called “Emily with Animals”.

However, many would wonder whether it's normal for the aquatic pet to change its colours like this. Well, it is. They generally change their colour based on environmental and developmental factors.

The video, however, has gone massively viral on Instagram after being online and has gathered more than six lakh likes and tons of views so far. Netizens expressed their amazement and love in the comment section.

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