What Do Crickets Eat?

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In the wild, crickets will eat rotting matter, leaves, fungi, fruit, and the occasional insect. If crickets are kept as pets or as food for other animals, they will eat lettuce and cabbage, apples, and grains like oats and bread.
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Crickets are omnivores and scavengers feeding on organic materials, as well as decaying plant material, fungi, and seedling plants.
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Crickets are omnivores and live off of a diet consisting of fungi, seedling plants, decaying plant life, and sometimes eating their own dead when food is scarce.
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Cricket's main dietary source is from vegetation such as crabgrass and ragweed. This will be eaten fresh from the plant, as rotting organic matter or dried leaves. The preferred plant
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Chameleons,and any reptiles including frogs. Also birds and a few other mammals. AnswerMany things eat crickets including some people. Things like spiders(tarantulas),lizards,birds,
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Crickets feed on organic materials, plant decay, grass, fruits, seedling
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