Crickets having seizures


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So… I bought a fresh batch of crickets yesterday night, and since the enclosure I usually kept them in was filthy and needed to be cleaned. I left them in there overnight with a piece of collard, then the next morning the majority of them looked like they were seizing when I picked them up.

Their legs would shake rapidly and they wouldn’t be able to move, they didn’t recover from that. So, I’d like to know what on earth happened and are the non-seizing crickets safe to feed?

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Were they in a plastic bag, if so it might have been lack of air.
The ones that are alive are probably ok.

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