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How do you get them to eat bugs?


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Posted by insectiachick2 on October 03, 2002 at 21:50:58:

I know that most of you probably donít have this problem but my Cresties donít seem to eat bugs? I have tried waxworms, small crix, Lobster roaches and Discoid roaches.

Now I pretty sure the problem is that I have ďSpecialĒ (no yellow school bus jokes) Cresties. Both boys were born with their left eyes smaller than their right eyes. In fact I am not sure what their vision is in their left eyes. Their previous owner said he could get them to eat crix if the crix walked past their good eye but I havenít had any luck yet.

I am open to suggestions.

Christy, Mango, and Kiwi Rana



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