Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 16
Rated 5 out of 5 by PitbullsareAngels Both leopard gecko's love the tast!
It's alot cheaper then live because you have to feed and water them and they can die, It might be difficult to get a adult to get them to eat it but a young jevenil you can it took my boy (think is a boy) named Gamzee the secound day to eat some, I hand feed him 2 and he snatched them up quick but my female consuela took her longer because she enjoyed the hunt but ate the third day and treated it as if it was live and snuck up on it got mouth ready slowly moved and snapped at it and ate it. Had the leopard geckos for 8 days and they eat 2-3 each a day! Also there gut loaded which is great because that was my only consern also long lasting and dont rot like live food would, I recomend this to any new reptile owners who not so keen on live food but warning they can be abit big and hard to find small ones in there but you can always break them up abit it maybe abit of work though and not all reptiles will want to eat dead/freezer dryed.
March 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MajesticAlfalfa2 Awesome!
I am looking at getting a leopard gecko and im kind of squeamish about feeding live food. This seems like the perfect solution! If its dead I have no problem with handling it and I dont have to keep another tank for crickets. Thank You Flukers!!!
February 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Zinothium Dont waste your time with them
I figured I would try them for my Anole, and she wouldn't even go near them. Not to mention they were to big for her to eat in the first place. This might work for larger animals but not anoles. I ended up taking them back and just buying the 100 live meal worms, and 12 small crickets (which we both enjoy much more).
January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alesia I used to only feed these guys to beardie
My picky beardie demands being hand fed and I would feed him these guys. So much easier to deal with then live crickets but now all he wants is live meal worms.
Overall great product.
December 14, 2012