Scorpions are nocturnal which means they hunt at night. When feeding your scorpion, do it a night so their behavioral pattern stays about the same. You can feed a large scorpion about two to three crickets per week. You can also feed themmealworms, centipedes, snails, cockroaches, moths, and termites.
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What do scorpions eat?
Here is a quick look at some of the most common foods scorpions eat; Insects are active at night, making them the perfect prey for scorpions. Grasshoppers, crickets, locusts, and centipedes and many other small insects are great food sources.
How do you feed a scorpion cricket food?
When you buy crickets, you are best off getting at least a dozen at a time in order to be sure of enough food for your pet scorpion, even after a break out by a few crickets. Keep some empty egg crates in the cricket tank and feed them cricket food. No, I’m not kidding. Cricket food is available at all fine pet stores and online specialty shops.
What is the best time to feed a scorpion?
Most scorpions seem to be most active (and therefore hungry) at night. By feeding at night, you have the best chance of having your pet scorpion actually eat. Feed every other night. Scorpions can be finicky eaters and tend to have very erratic feeding patterns.
How to take care of a baby Scorpion?
Water has to provided by soaking cotton ball in water, or placed in a shallow dish in the scorpion tank. Baby scorpions that molt for the first time, and are separated from the mother, can be fed small baby crickets and other small feeders. The scorpions being nocturnal, are best fed at night. It is important to note that scorpions eat live food.