What Do Water Snakes Eat?

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Water snakes include poisonous varieties such as moccasins. These snakes eat fish, birds, and small mammals. Other water snakes aren't poisonous, and eat crayfish, toads, frogs, fish, earthworms and slugs.
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Water snakes eat different things. They like to eat plants, animal matter, small fish, bugs, crayfish, algae, frogs, worms, and crickets. It all depends on where they live.
Water snakes tend to eat a variety of different food items. Water snakes will often feast on small fish and bugs. They may also eat certain types of plants.
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