- Mar 10, 2003
I've never seen a locust for sale here period let alone as a feeder. I don't think PA will allow them since they are an agricultural pest.
Originally posted by Earth Tiger
No offense but it seems that all of you folks
here forget to mention the main reasons for
the moulting problems - age and humidity.
Uusually moulting problems occur if they
are kept too dry. Even if it is given a water
dish, a large adult may still dry out in the
process since the process is longer in adults,
and may take up to a day.
Hi!Originally posted by Lycanthrope
i ve had problems with superworms, my T's wont eat from forceps, and if not grabbed immediatly, the worm digs underground. is there a good solution to this?
*nodding* Kaja won't eat crickets any longer. I was thinking of having a roach colony, but was firmly informed I'd be a homeless t keeper, as I'd be on the street.. =DOriginally posted by AlbinoDragon829
Then again when some species of Ts get to a pretty hefty size, I've heard of them actually refusing invert prey.
Wheat has been in the african diet in arica for a long time bro, they grew millet and various wheat hybrids since the earliest eygptian times, and there are cow culture tribes in africa like the masai where there is actually a milk drinking ritual.Like people from Africa do not digest wheat very well because their bodies are not adapted to digest them, but they digest root vegetable very well because that's what they eat over in Africa...and people in Asia and Africa don't digest milk very well.