Nature Zone Cricket Water Bites
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Reduce the mess and odor associated with crickets. Cricket Water Bites provide crickets with the water they need in solid, edible form. Sanitary and easy-to-use, this method eliminates drowning and reduces odor problems. Includes added calcium. Suggested use is one piece per 12 crickets every two days.
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Rating: 5

Great way to water crickets

posted 5 years ago

back when I had my beardies I would buy my crickets by the thousands we would add this into the tanks to water and keep the humudity up we even found our crickets reproduced

Pros: keeps the humidity up in cricket tanks

Cons: none

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