Baby lizards are able to eat the same things that adult lizards eat, so no special diet is required for babies. The diet of a baby lizard is dependent on the diet of its species. More »

Ideally, baby geckos prefer to eat live crickets, although silkworms, mealworms and waxworms can also be eaten. When keeping geckos, it is important to add dusting powder to the live food, such as a vitamin D3 supplement... More »

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Lizards are eaten by birds, mammals, snakes and other lizards. Baby lizards are especially vulnerable to predators of all kinds because they receive no maternal protection. Lizard eggs are eaten by skunks, badgers and sn... More »

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Baby chameleons are simply known as “chameleons," whethet they are babies or not. They may also be called hatchlings when they are first born. A hatchling is a young reptile or bird that has hatched or emerged from withi... More »

The diet of baby lizards varies from one species to the next, but most young lizards eat insects or other invertebrates. Crickets, roaches, earthworms, mealworms and silkworms are all acceptable items, but spiders, wasps... More »

Chameleons are largely carnivorous, eating a varied diet of insects, although some larger chameleons will eat birds and lizards. Chameleons enjoy insects like crickets, grasshoppers, locusts and stick bugs. Some chameleo... More »

Eastern fence lizards have a diet primarily comprised of insects, such as ants, weevils, beetles, lady bugs, centipedes, spiders and other arthropods. The lizards also eat snails and some plant matter during the process,... More »