Here's the latest article from the Exotic Pets site at BellaOnline.com. Soon we will be looking at some animals people don't often think of as pets; an example the Tamandua. We will also look at servals and other small wildcats. I would also fancy investigating the sloth. Please stop by the forum with your suggestions. http://forums.bellaonline.com/ubbthreads.php/forums/100/1/Exotic_Pets
Dubia Roaches - Feeder Insects
Dubia roaches are a great feeder insect for exotic pets. This article will provide you the information you will need for Dubia Roach breeding information and care. This article is an ongoing series on live prey and feeder insects. Dubia roaches have more protein and calcium than crickets.
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