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Individual Methods for Feeding
Methods - Practices
Varied Omnivorous Diet (Reptiles)
The practices outlined in this section relate
to methods of food presentation that do not require the use of special materials or
devices. Scatter feeds, use of specific locations, and methods of ensuring that specific
animals receive required medications and dietary supplements are dealt with.
||Omnivorous reptiles are given a
wide selection of different foodstuffs, for example, mainly vegetables one day, followed
by mice the next, followed by fruit and flowers the next, etc.
||Provide varied and interesting
||Variation provides stimulation.
||A lot of thought must go into
creating more varied diets, so more work is involved.
||Make diet as varied as possible.
||A varied diet is essential for the
well-being of most omnivores.
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