A bit about chow time

Jobe

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Okay, I dropped in an almost dead cric into my T's home, next day, looks like it was squished, the head fell off a bit and has a lot of juices oozing out when i tried picking it up with my chopsticks...

Was that cric eaten or mushed or just decomposed really fast....or do the crix that Ts eat all look like that... ?
 

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Originally posted by Jobe
Okay, I dropped in an almost dead cric into my T's home, next day, looks like it was squished, the head fell off a bit and has a lot of juices oozing out when i tried picking it up with my chopsticks...

Was that cric eaten or mushed or just decomposed really fast....or do the crix that Ts eat all look like that... ?
Crickets decompose very quickly because they've got so many types of bacteria living in their guts. A cricket is only "fresh" for less than a day before it turns to smelly on the outside, mush on the inside that I would not feed to my pets even if it probably is harmless.
 
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