As we all know the healthier your live food is the better it will be for your pet reptiles and amphibians. Whether you are feeding crickets, locusts, or mealworms you will want them to last the longest they possibly can and contribute as much to our pet’s diet as possible. In this blog, we will discuss the three most important factors to keeping your live food alive: a healthy diet, hydration, and living space. Live reptile food is commonly used as feed for a variety of species of exotic pets and zoo animals, ranging from alligators to various snakes, frogs, and lizards, but also including other, non-reptile, non-amphibian carnivores and omnivores (for instance, skunks, which are omnivorous mammals, can technically be fed a limited amount of live food, though this is not known to be common practice). Reptiles requires the highest quality dried food for quality live Common live food ranges from crickets (used as an inexpensive form of feed for carnivorous and omnivorous reptiles such as bearded dragons and commonly available in pet stores for this reason), waxworms, mealworms, and to lesser extent cockroaches and locusts, to small birds and mammals such as mice or chickens.
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