What Do Skinks Eat?

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Skinks are a lizard that lives in India and Australia. They will eat crickets, moths, slaters, earthworms, flies, grubs, caterpillars, grasshoppers, cockroaches, earwigs, small spiders, and ants. They also will eat fruit.
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In the wild skinks are opportunistic eaters and may eat insects and bugs as they are a good source of protein. Skinks have to hunt these bugs in the wild, which burns calories; insects
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Flies, misqutoe,ants and small bugs.
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Most skinks feed primarily on insects and other arthropods, but some of the larger forms are
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There are over 1,000 different species of skinks, I think it is actually over 1.300. And they all have different natural diets.
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Some of the foods that are eaten by skinks include: crickets, snails, carrion, fruits, flowers, vegetables, mealworms, earthworms, grasshoppers, beetles, spiders, caterpillars, and smaller lizards. It is advisable that they are given regular calcium or vitamin supplements.
Skinks are lizards that like to eat a lot of different types of food. Top on the list is insects. They also enjoy fruit, snails, and other smaller lizards.
Skinks diet consists of snails, fruits, vegetables, worms, grasshoppers, spiders, small lizards, caterpillars, beetles, flowers, crickets, carrion and even baby foods.
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