The diet depends on the species. Some will specifically eat warm blooded prey (rodents, rabbits, birds), while others eat insects, frogs or amphibians, eggs, other reptiles, fish, earthworms, or slugs. Snakes swallow their food whole. It is important to understand the normal diet for a particular snake.
Besides, what should I feed a baby snake?
Most hatchling corn snakes, even the smallest babies, can usually manage to eat a newborn pinky mouse. One of my dear friends, Peg, raises hundreds of corn snakes, and she said that she once had twin baby corn snakes hatch from one egg, and these two were able to eat a pinky shortly after hatching.
What do you feed a baby garden snake?
Feed the snake. A garter snake is a carnivore and hunts prey, so you need to choose something for it to eat. It may surprise you that frozen pinkie mice are the best option by far. If you are uncomfortable with feeding your snake rodents you can feed them a mix of live or frozen fish, leeches, slugs, or worms.
What do you feed a baby grass snake?
Food and Water. Green snakes are insectivores and are among the few snakes that eat a diet entirely consisting of insects. In the wild, they mostly consume a variety of insects such as crickets, moths, grasshoppers, caterpillars, and fly larvae and spiders.