No, stick insects do not eat grasshoppers.
lettuce may be fine, but it has no nutrients in it, it is better to give them other greens. Broccoli, carrots, yams, spinach and a good basic seed mix. Do not feed chocolate or avocados, they are highly allergic to these things. Dont forget the Grit either.
Even known you have seen it on Curious George and think its just a cartoon it actually is right. Tadpoles LOVE lettuce and usually eat it if their are no water plants to state it.
Common Snapping Turtles (Chelydra Serpentina) generally do not eat lettuce. My husband found a little guy about the size of a quarter 3 1/2 years ago dehydrated on a concrete slab...nowhere near water!! My experience is by trial & error. I was told they eat lettuce (supposedly loving Romaine lettuce), but mine has never eaten anything but high protein items. I have tried just about every vegie & fruit, fresh, dehydrated, you name it...he has NEVER eaten any. It appears that they are mainly carnivorous, that means MEAT! My lil quarter-sized snapper now has a shell approx 9" long. It appears that his neck/head & his tail are approx the same length as his shell. He is quite large, healthy, hardy, & happy. What have I been feeding him? I DO NOT LIKE BUGS OR ANYTHING GROSS, SLIMY OR CRAWLY!! Therefore, I went to a local pet store and purchased dried (dead) meal worms, broke them into 1/4" pieces and used a lil stick to push it thru the water right to his face...& SNAP he ate it. All these years his diet has consisted mainly of dried mealworms, shrimp, grasshoppers, crickets,etc. He also gets (mainly as treats a few times a week), real peeled shrimp, chicken(no bones), hamburger, roast beef, turkey, pork, hot dogs, lunch meats...as well as the occasional creepy crawly my husband brings him, like live worms, crickets, flies, moths. You get the picture. And this turtle loves me! Gets to the front of 'habitat' as soon as he sees me or hears my voice. Responds to commands...YES IT IS TRUE! They are VERY smart! He knows if he wants to eat he goes to the right front corner of his home. That is where he is fed. Most of his food floats, but if I drop meat in & it sinks to the bottom of the water, I just tell him "It's on the bottom" & he will dive for it. When he is done eating I immediately get a net and clean out any food or poop debris. Along with the filters, it keeps his tank clean, with only a partial water change once a week. He knows when I thru doing that...I get a toothbrush (with rubber & regular bristles on it) and he gets his shell scrubbed up and likes his belly and legs & neck brushed. He wiggles around trying to get every inch of him scratched. He also plays peek-a-boo. Ducks his head under foliage! Loves when I sing to him, opens and closes his mouth when I'm just sitting & talking to him. Plays with a floating ball and splashes around making a mess. This guy is awesome! I have never been bitten, however, I TAKE PRECAUTIONS & keep my fingers out of his reach. Really, just use basic common sense. Don't tap on the glass with your finger...it makes it look appetizing. "Mud-Puppy" lives in a 50 gal aquarium with enough water that he can completely submerge. He has large rocks that he lays on to bask himself under a UVA/UVB Daylight bulb, or just floats to expose his back to the light. Also has a UVA/UVB Night Light. Required for a healthy shell. Regular tap water has worked just fine.
Pickleweed is a plant that grows around salty coastal areas. There are two different varieties. People consume only one type of pickleweed, but deer will eat either variety, and will actively seek it out.
Lettuce is mostly made of water, so you should not have to worry
Iceberg lettuce is quite delicious.
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6.17 lbs of shredded lettuce is in 100 cups.
i recently purchased lamb's lettuce aka mache at whole foods in NYC.
The core of a kiwi can be eaten. It is not known to be poisonous and is as edible as the flesh of the kiwi.
The bitter herbs on Passover symbolise the bitter taste of slavery and affliction.
That is about 8 heads
No, lettuce is a long-day plant.
lettuce is called 'la laitue' (fem.) in French.
Lettuce retains quality and nutrition best if kept refrigerated. Minimally processed lettuce should be treated like any other potentially hazardous food and should be kept refrigerated.
If I were you I would not do it. Feed them live crickets, mealworms, waxworms.Not BEEF!!!!!!You can feed an adult Leo with a pinkie once in a while.
the lettuce will begin to wilt do to the salt drying up the lettuce.