Snakes are carnivorous reptiles and they commonly eat other animals. These animals include small rodents, such as field mice and rats. Smaller snakes may consume insects and other invertebrates.
Snakes are meat eaters and their diet will vary depending on their habitat. Snakes in captivity often are fed mice, while snakes in the wild will most typically depend on slugs, earthworms, insects, leeches, lizards, spiders, amphibians, birds, fish, toads and rodents.
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