|Top Ingredients||Farm-Raised Superworms (Zophobas Morio)||Farm-Raised Grasshoppers (Oxya Chinensis)||Farm-Raised Mealworms (Tenebrio Molitor)||Farm-Raised Crickets (Gryllus Linnaeus)||Blaptica dubia.|
|Fish Type||Bottom Feeder, Cichlid, Koi & Pond Fish, Tropical Freshwater||Bottom Feeder, Cichlid, Koi & Pond Fish, Tropical Freshwater||Bottom Feeder, Cichlid, Koi & Pond Fish, Tropical Freshwater||Bottom Feeder, Cichlid, Koi & Pond Fish, Tropical Freshwater||—|
|Bird Type||Chicken, Wild Bird, Bluebird||Chicken, Wild Bird, Bluebird||Chicken, Wild Bird, Bluebird||Chicken, Wild Bird, Bluebird||—|
|Small Pet Type||Hedgehog, Sugar Glider||Hedgehog, Sugar Glider||Hedgehog, Sugar Glider||Hedgehog, Sugar Glider||—|
My Hedgehog loves these disgusting things. I like the packaging because the canned ones get soupy.
My hedgie loves these worms! She has tried many other bugs and worms in the past that she didn't like, but these were a winner!
Got the package it is well packaged and preserved and everything it just turns out that because they're freeze-dried and dehydrated whatever the proper term is box turtles like things that wiggle and so they were not into it however I took them over to my sister house who has red eared sliders so the combination of the moisture of the water and you dropping them dramatically into the water they enjoyed them a lot. So sliders yes in my opinion box turtles not so much.
I buy these worms as a foraging treat for a rescued opossum who contracted metabolic bone disease and therefore could not be released back into the wild. She loves them! It's expensive, but she loves them so and it encourages a more natural behavior for her in her habitat.