My two alligator lizards (Elgaria multicarinata (Gerrhonotus multicarinatus)) are doing well and very social now thanks in no small part to the kids in my classroom making them the center of the universe. With the change in weather, the variety of insects have increased. There are more bottle flies, crickets, and now silk worms available to supplement the gut-fill box crickets they've found so fulfilling prior.

The two really tore into the silkworms but I'm concerned that they don't understand just how large "too large" might be. I'd hate to think that something was okay and find them choked to death on the item. Can this happen?
Many thanks!
The Ranger

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