What Do Baby Rat Snakes Eat?

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A rat snake eats a varied diet of small rodents, birds, frogs, squirrels, and eggs. The baby rat snake will eat the same as the adult with size of the food being the difference.
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Rat Snakes get their name from their eating habits. Baby rat snakes eat rodents such as rats and mice. This is not their only source of food. They also eat lizards, insects, frogs, and eggs.
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