Yes, all snakes have teeth. Snakes have recurved teeth that point backwards so that they can grip their prey. However, venomous snakes have recurved teeth and fangs which are located either towards the front of their mouth or towards the back of their mouth.
There is actually a species of snake called the dasypeltis scabra that only eats eggs and often does not have any teeth. Instead, these snakes have bony structures that stick out from their spine that they use to crush the eggs once they have swallowed them.
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