What Do Garden Snakes Eat?


Garter snakes are known for eating a range of endothermic prey including: amphibians (particularly frogs and toads), earthworms, fish and even slugs and leeches. However, garter snakes diet is often dependent on the snake's age and size.
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What Do Garden Snakes Eat?
The garden snake or garter snake belongs to the most widely distributed genus of reptile in the continent of North America: Thamnopis. It can live in a wide variety of habitats and climates. It is one of the few varieties of snakes that inhabit Alaska... More »
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Garden snakes eats a varied of things. They eat worms, spiders, mice, and plants.A garden snake is also called a gardener or garter snake.
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