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Dr. Chad Eats super worms Add Video

Posted by Dr. Chad on June 11, 2012 at 9:24 PM 538 Views

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6 Comments

Reply Dr. Chad
10:47 PM on July 8, 2012 
George says...
the legs creep me out the most and Jojo..has a habit of biting them in half and letting them run around bleeding.......

Chad has done that a few times lol ( I know this sounds weird but then I feel bad because they have got to be in so much pain)
Reply George
11:13 PM on July 7, 2012 
the legs creep me out the most and Jojo..has a habit of biting them in half and letting them run around bleeding.......
Reply Anthony Hologounis
10:26 AM on June 24, 2012 
cool worms and i hate them too ugh
Reply Dr. Chad
9:46 PM on June 12, 2012 
Aleakim Those are from pet supplies plus. Petco never has any good feeders.
Reply Greg
6:08 PM on June 12, 2012 
Aleakim, im getting a hatchling from a friend that breeds beardies in early july. This will be my first bearded dragon and im so excited for him/her to hatch :p Because this is my first one im obviously not to educated with these guys. i read what you said below but i was just wondering what you could feed super worms to make them a little more nutritious for them. Theirs so much stuff on here to remember and i just wanna be ready for the little guy.
Reply Aleakim
10:44 AM on June 12, 2012 
Wow! Are those from Petco? My Petco uses a similar container/food source...The 'large' worms that I get could safely be fed to a newly hatched dragon (if size and not nutrition were considered). :P

I get mine from the local store that just gives them to us in a bag and lets us choose our own food source for them when we get home. Makes picking out mealworms so much easier!