SNAKES: all snakes eat meat with no exceptions. Below is appropriate snake food items.
rodents: mice, rats, hamsters, or gerbils. Most snakes will eat one of these. There are sizes available from newborn (pinks) to very large (jumbo). It is safer for the snake to offer rodents pre-killed or frozen/thawed.
rabbits: are for large boas and pythons.
fowl: chicken or pheasant. Many large boas and anacondas eat this. There are two sizes (chick and adult).
fish: feeder goldfish, tuffies, guppies, or minnows are taken by garter and water snakes.
"bugs": some snakes will eat crickets or mealwoms. Earthworms (not red wigglers) are good food for garters.
reptiles and amphibians: some snakes (like kingsnakes) will eat other reptiles. This should only be allowed if neccassary to keep the snake from starving. A small anole lizard can be used for this. Please do not use "feeder garters"! Using a reptile as a food source for another should only be temporary until the snake will eat mice. Many snakes will also eat amphibians such as tadpoles, frogs, or toads.
LIZARDS: lizards can be carnivores, herbivores, or omnivores.
rodents: rodents are accepted by large monitor-type lizards.
insects: such as crickets, mealworms, waxworms, silkworms, or fruit flies. These are taken by leopard geckos and similar lizards. Make sure to gut-load crickets before offering them to your lizard.
leafy greens: such as mustard, collard, turnip, parsley, kale, and dandelion. Iguanas and similar lizards like this
Feed the above insects and leafy green to omnivores like bearded dragons.