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** How to Feed a Grasshopper **

Three Parts:Feeding Baby GrasshoppersFeeding Adult GrasshoppersCaring For
Your GrasshopperQuestions and Answers

Having a pet grasshopper is a great alternative to more high maintenance
pets like dogs and cats. Help your child learn some responsibility by
letting them keep a grasshopper as a pet. They may be less work than other
kinds of pets, but you still need to monitor and provide for them daily.
The following guidelines will help you feed and care for your pet
grasshopper, no matter what type of grasshopper you have.



Part 1 of 3: Feeding Baby Grasshoppers -

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*Place the food near them.* Baby grasshoppers (also called /nymphs/) are
tiny and fragile. They can't move around much, so they are only able to eat
what is nearby.^[1] Make sure you put their food as close to them as
possible so that they can access it.
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*Don't try to pick them up.* Grasshopper nymphs are so small and delicate
that even the most gentle of touches can hurt or maim them. Keep them in
their enclosure, but don't try to pick


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