can bearded dragons eat blood worms

Can bearded dragons eat blood worms?

Bloodworms have a creamy pink color, as their pale skin allows their red body fluids that contain hemoglobin to show through. This is the origin of the name “bloodworm”.

At the ‘head’, bloodworms have four small antennae and small fleshy projections called parapodia running down their bodies.

Bloodworms can grow up to 35 centimeters (14 in) in length. (source)

So can bearded dragons eat blood worms at all?

Yes, they can eat them, they are fine for them to eat. Just don’t give them too many and feed as a treat.

For more foods that bearded dragons can and can’t eat, check out our bearded dragon food list.