Most pet frog species thrive on a diet of crickets, cockroaches and other insects. Some of the largest species can consume mice or rats, but it is not necessary to feed them such large prey. While different pet frog spec... More »

Frogs prefer to eat live or dead insects such as crickets, flies, waxmoth larvae, slaters, small cockroaches, locusts, moths or bloodworms. These insects can be purchased from a pet store, or they can be caught in the wi... More »

Crickets kept as pets or food sources for other animals should eat a diet rich in leafy greens, fruit, vegetables or even pre-packaged cricket foods. Crickets are omnivores, meaning they eat both plant and animal matter,... More »

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Frogs prefer to eat live or dead insects such as crickets, flies, waxmoth larvae, slaters, small cockroaches, locusts, moths or bloodworms. These insects can be purchased from a pet store, or they can be caught in the wi... More »

In the wild, poison dart frogs feed mainly on insects like ants and termites, and on spiders, while a captive frog's diet consists primarily of crickets. Like other frogs, poison dart frogs capture prey with their tongue... More »

Small frogs eat small insects, such as crickets, grasshoppers, beetles and ants. They require more frequent feeding than their larger cousins, with most requiring feeding on a daily basis or at least several times per we... More »

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Tiny frogs, or baby frogs, generally eat small insects, including spiders, beetles, grasshoppers, flies and crickets. They also eat forest mites and very small invertebrates such as slugs, snails and worms. More »