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Gut-loaded with calciumNatural prey without the mess & expense of live preyFor reptiles, birds & tropical fish
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Will these freeze dried crickets be okay for a Green Water Dragon?

I am potentially buying a Green Water Dragon, and being a student living at home with my parents still, I don't want to spend the time with live crickets, plus bugs are icky! Would using these be the same as live crickets, and would I still need to "dust" them?
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