Do G.aureos need fiber?

Syngyne

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Because I was trying to clean out some of my bug's poop with a pair of bamboo tweezers, and she kept trying to eat them.
 

cacoseraph

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nah
vibrations and whatnot were probably triggering prey aggression response
 

Hedorah99

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nah
vibrations and whatnot were probably triggering prey aggression response
Yea, what caco said. I would imagine they could get all the dietary fiber they need from prey items. I have seen my T's attack the streams of water when I am filling the water dishes. I am hoping they are not that thirsty.
 

cacoseraph

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Yea, what caco said. I would imagine they could get all the dietary fiber they need from prey items. I have seen my T's attack the streams of water when I am filling the water dishes. I am hoping they are not that thirsty.
pretty sure the water thing is prey aggression also. i am actually practicing and experimenting with what sort of tactile stimulation engages prey aggression... for hunting purposes :) i just started though, so i am still nooby
 

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Because I was trying to clean out some of my bug's poop with a pair of bamboo tweezers, and she kept trying to eat them.
Only if my Ts need stainless steel. ;) And, yeah. What they said.
 

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It is prey aggression...........after filling the water dish........drop in a cricket and see if they attack it!!
 

Hedorah99

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It is prey aggression...........after filling the water dish........drop in a cricket and see if they attack it!!
I know its prey aggression or as I just call it, mistaken identity. I was just giving an example to go along with the attacking the bamboo tongs story.
 
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