lol not, the T isnt eating it separately and I dont think it would choose to eat the veggies without them being ingested by the cricket
I would have to search for the thread again, but I was reading on this not too long ago here... gut loading is more or less a carry-over from the herp hobby, where it might actually be useful.
You're right about my spelling, but your wrong about the red line. It does not pop up on my device. I also would like to apologize, I did not know that this forum was also an English/grammar forum. I was under the impression that this was a forum about arachnids and other exotics.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
My crickets definitely get the orange carrots squeezed out of them when being consumed by my T, or the green if I give them spinach. I like to believe my Rose appreciates the healthy selection of foods I feed my crickets :P
For every animal a vegetarian doesn't eat, I will eat THREE. It's medically proven that people who eat meat in moderation are healthier than people who don't. We as humans are meant to do so.
"I'm your Huckleberry"
But in this case, the "vegetarian" spider has been observed in Costa Rica where its diet appears to consist of about 60% Beltian bodies from the acacia and about 40% insects. If 40% of someone's diet is meat, can they really be called vegetarian?
The muscle tissues itself serves no value, it doesn't matter how the body get's its nutrients as long as it does. And the fat inside meat is mostly saturated.
I liked to see the bowel movements of a tiger fed synthetic or plant derived meat milkshakes. It would be like a Gallagher show! :P
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