Feeding your Reptile Live Food such as crickets and mealworms will bring out the hunting instincts of captive animals whether it be your bearded dragon, turtle or birds, whilst providing essential protein and roughage. All insects are free of animal hormones and organophosphates.
Mealworms are a nutritious treat for Amphibians, Wrens, Chickens, Cichlids, Frogs, Oscars, Rats, Reptiles, Turtles, and Birds!
Australian wood roaches make an ideal and clean insect food for lizards, fish and frogs. Large Woodies are clean insects not known to carry disease organisms. In nature they are found under dead wood or tree bark and grow to the size of a large cricket.
Crickets are lively food that will bring out the hunting instincts of captive animals whilst providing essential protein and roughage. Animal hormones and organophosphates free.
Superworms are extra large mealworms. They provide a natural insect food and are an ideal source of protein for medium to large birds, robins, wagtails and most reptiles.