Instructional Series Segment 1 - Basic overview of the Reptilinks company, and the advantages of link feeding.

Unboxing, Product Storage, and Feeding Preperation. 

The segment covers various feeding methods: link orientation, side to side, constant light pressure, 1/3 body tap and shake, quick release, and tongs and hooks.

Instructional Series Segment 4 - Transitioning Methods: This segment covers basic scenting, bait and switch, priming the pump, and train feeding.

Instructional Series Segment 5 - A demonstration of the train feeding method.

Reptilinks Promo Videos, Reviews, and User Submitted Videos: 

From Catching Creations youtube channel: "In this video I review a new reptile food product called Reptilinks. My reptiles LOVE these! Check them out at Reptilinks.com Music by The Eager Seas : theeagerseas.bandcamp.com CatchingCreation.com"

Loki the Tegu eats a Reptilink and gets a nose rub :)

Ball python eats venison Reptilink reptile food at first introduction. Video courtesy of Rachel Wilson.

Ball python eats venison Reptilink reptile food at first introduction. Video courtesy of Rachel Wilson.

"Here is the video of my male Argentine Black & White Tegu enjoying his first Reptilink! Loki is about 3-4yrs old and in the video he is eating a 25g venison/chicken/fruits/veggies link without any problems."

BCI Boa strikes and eats Reptilink!

Brazilian Rainbow Boa (BRB) feeding on Reptilink for first time 

White Throat Monitor named El Macha eats Reptilink whole-prey. Video courtesy of Ian Shneider. 

1 year old female Red Tegu eats a Reptilink! Video courtesy of Ian Schneider. 

Video courtesy of Ian Schneider.