Breeding Food Animals: Live Food for Vivarium Animals
Learn how to successfully breed live food for the animals in your care with this guide for all professional and amateur vivarium owners. It provides easy-to-follow instructions for the development of long-term breeding environments for food animals and describes in detail how to raise a wide variety of live food such as plankton, worms, crustaceans, mollusks, insects, mammals such as mice and rats, and includes some live foods that are rarely used. This book offers advice and should answer questions that might arise during the raising of food for the vivarium. It contains information that is necessary in providing your vivarium animal with a healthier, longer life.
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