Do Snakes Drink Water?

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Snakes drink water. Some species use skin folds in their lower jaw like a sponge, to soak up water and ferry it into their gut. The skin folds work like tiny tubes in a sponge, drawing water into the mouth through capillary action.
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They can't drink water because they may drink their own venom and they might die. This is.not possible. Snakes mostly get their water from the food they eat. However, they will also
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Water snakes eat various plant and animal matter, depending on the body of water they live in, and their size. They may eat smaller fish, bugs, crayfish, algae, and other water plants
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Snakes drink water from the pools, ponds, and the dewdrops using their split tongue.
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Snakes sleep and spend time in water - lakes, rivers or their water dishes - when they are getting ready to shed. The water helps lubricate their skin so the shedding process goes
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