How Do Snakes Go to the Bathroom?

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Snakes go to the bathroom just like any other animal. They expel their waste from the end of their tale at an opening just for waste. Snakes feed on mice, rabbits and even chickens.
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Snakes digest their food and then expel the remnants that can not be digested quickly such as bones. Snakes have an anus as do any animals that eat.
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through an opening called the cloaca at the base of its tail.
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Snakes digest their food and then expel the remnants that can not be digested quickly such as bones. Snakes have an anus as do any animals that eat. ...
Snakes digest their food and then expel the remnants that can not be digested quickly such as bones. Snakes have an anus as do any animals that eat. ...
Snakes digest their food and then expel the remnants that can not be digested quickly such as bones. Snakes have an anus as do any animals that eat. ...
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