What Do Crickets Eat and Drink?

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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 so they will eat: grass, carrots, potatoes, apples, lettuce, bread, rolled oats, other fruits and vegetables along with their peelings. Just do not feed them anything citrus.
Crickets are omnivores that will eat just about anything. Their diet mostly consists of decaying plant matter, grass, fruit, and meat. If they do not have access to the food that they need then they will start to eat each other. You can find more information here: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/what-do-crickets-eat.html
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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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crickets,lizards,and chicken gatorade and coca cola.if not your screwed.
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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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The main part of a cricket's diet is greens, including fresh seedlings, garden fresh fruits, tomatoes.
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