Zoo Med Super Deluxe Stainless Steel Feeding Tongs
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- More hygienic than fingers
- Keeps fingers from open mouths
- Stainless Steel for durability and ease of cleaning
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Ideal for feeding reptiles, birds, small animals, or aquarium fish (i.e. Hand feeding marine triggerfish, marine invertebrates, large cichlids, aquatic turtles, baby birds, etc.). More hygienic than using your fingers.
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My bearded dragon never bites and I'm not shy about handling insects. In my case, I bought them just because it makes it easier to reach into the corners of my dragon's enclosure to pick up stray pieces of mustard greens, dead insects, or whatever. It's a lot easier than trying to reach all the way in with my arm which tends to scare my dragon, who is still acclimating to his new home/owner.
If you're looking for well made, handy feeder tongs, I highly recommend these.
[UPDATE 1-9-2017: These have turned out to be a great purchase. My bearded dragon has learned that the tongs represent feeding time, so I can use them to get him to try new food items that he might not otherwise recognize as food. For example, I put a few sliced blueberries in his cage as a treat one day, but he never touched them. A few days later, I tried again but used the tongs. Since I use the tongs occasionally to feed him crickets, roaches, and super worms, he knows the tongs usually have tasty items at the end, so he promptly tried and ate the blueberries when I offered them that way. Pretty neat.]
These work well and make feeding time easier for us and Gary, our veiled chameleon.