Zoo Med Can O'Crickets
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Rating: 3.7

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(3.7 out of 5, based on 10 reviews)

You'll never buy live food again! Farm raised crickets are cooked in the can to lock in the natural juices. Just pop the top and you have a fresh and flavorful diet your animals will readily consume. Ideal for reptiles, birds, or fishing.
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Tommy m.
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Rating: 5

This is good

posted 5 years ago

my turtlesl ike them and i like that they last for a long time

Pros: good shlf life

Cons: bad smell

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Kaitlyn M.
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Rating: 5

Just started using these

posted 6 years ago

these are amazing. when my first 2 lizards died my and the pet store closed down, my dad wouldnt let me get another lizard. then, we found these. now we can buy lots of cans at once for my new lizard.

Pros: dont have to take care of live crickets

Cons: my lizard sometimes has stomach problems after

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