Horned toads primarily eat ants, but they may also eat grasshoppers, beetles and spiders. Horned toads raised as pets also eat crickets and may also benefit from a vitamin or calcium substitute. More »

Toads eat any prey they are able to catch, including insects, snails, spiders, worms and small fish. Larger toads may consume larger prey, such as mice. Toads and many other amphibians need live prey and will not respond... More »

Great horned owls feed primarily on small- to medium-sized mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Rabbits and hares are statistically the great horned owl's most frequent prey. Rodents, rats, squirrels, mice, lemmings ... More »

Baby sparrows need abundant protein to help them grow, so their parents feed them grasshoppers, crickets, spiders, ants, sawflies, beetles and whatever other insects are available. Once they are adults, sparrows switch t... More »

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California lizards eat mostly ants, grasshoppers, spiders and beetles. They have a small row of teeth on each jaw and teeth on the roof of their mouths. Lizards snatch their food with long, sticky tongues, crush it in th... More »

While other skinks have blue tails, the term "blue-tailed skink" usually refers to a juvenile form of the five-lined skink, which is an insectivore and eats spiders, roaches, crickets, grasshoppers, beetle larvae, caterp... More »

Common lizards feed on insects, such as flies, grasshoppers and spiders, according to the Surrey Amphibian and Reptile Group. They also eat invertebrates, including earthworms, small snails and centipedes. More »