No, crickets do not eat their babies, but there are certain specifications for breeding them. They are cannibalistic, so if not supplied with proper food, they will eat each other, and small babies would be an easy target.
Crickets are omnivorous, meaning that they eat a lot of different things. They are scavengers and will eat various kinds of organic materials, including plants. They will eat their dead if there is little else to eat, and will even prey upon weak crickets. They have strong jaws, and some species have been know to bite humans.
They will eat each other if they are not getting enough nutrients from the food they are given.
Crickets will not only eat ants but will eat any smaller insect it can find. In addition, the cricket will eat grass if that is all there is to eat.
Crickets do not eat flies. They enjoy vegetation and, if starving may attack other crickets. However, they would not eat flies.
Maybe their starved, OR they need the nutrition
that the other cricket has.
crickets eat other bugs and lettus. and grasshoppers eat grass and carrots and broccolli. crickets in the daytime hunt for food and eat each other if food is scarce and also will fight grasshoppers i had a pet grsshopper we name him hoppy then we let him go now we have crickets and im going to keep them tell the end of the school year my friend cyrus had found him at the bus stop i now kepp 13 crickets in my bedroom it is hard keeping grasshoppers/crickets and there are many ways they are different
No, crickets are too small to eat frogs. On the other hand, frogs will eat crickets because they are insectivores.
Yes they eat Beatles
Crickets do eat sugar. But only most of them. The best sugar that crickets can eat are sugar cubes. Because the tiny cristals of the other sugar the crickets can choke on them. Once I put the tiny cristals in the bowl and alot died
Crickets and other insects
salamanders are meant to eat crickets but some are born eating lettuce.If ur salamander does not eat crickets it probably eats lettuce and other vegitables.
Several animals eat field crickets including toads and frogs. Other animals that feed on field crickets are birds and other insects. They are also consumed by turtles. Field crickets are of order Orthoptera.
No. They like crickets and other insects.
yes,crickets do eat berries.
most crickets eat grass
all lizards mostly eat the same such as crickets or other small insects
The types of crickets that eat grass are field crickets and house crickets. Crickets also eat leafy vegetables, small insects, and fungi.