Axolotls in jars [why the jars? It is a feeding method used with aquatics including many fish that are bottom feeders. Pellets would be in the jar so they will clean up all the food -no waste- and won't have to fight other fish for it. In this case it also keeps the axolotl from ingesting the substrate]
(link) DIY/ Homemade hides ~ supplies list: - Scissors - A sharpie to mark the cuts (optional) - Aquarium safe silicone (purchased for $4.50 USD per tube at Home Depot ~ used 4 - 2.8oz tubes, probably could have used LESS - Clean aquarium safe rocks/pebbles/gravel/stones. - clean plastic food storage container. (Rubbermaid, Gladware or Ziplock) - Some silk aquarium plants (optional) - Most importantly, a well ventilated clean flat work space & your imagination.