Baby garter snakes, or garden snakes, eat mostly worms, small fish and tadpoles in the wild. In captivity, they can be fed worms, small fish and pinkies. More »

Snakes can have live births, or they can lay eggs in order to have babies. Snake can reproduce every one to three years, and they can have up to 150 snake babies at a time. More »

Baby raccoons, or kits, are nursed by their mother until two to three months of age, after which they are weaned. With their mother's supervision, they then forage for crayfish, snakes, frogs, mice, berries, fish, insect... More »

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Blind snakes eat worms, insects and larvae. There are nearly 200 species of blind snake in existence today, and they are commonly found in the warmer parts of the world. More »

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Garter snakes are carnivorous and prey upon insects, slugs, worms, lizards, amphibians, rodents and sometimes fish. Certain species of garter snake, such as the ribbon snake, are particularly fond of frogs. Common garter... More »

Baby toads, called tadpoles, eat plants. As they grow into adults, toads diversify their diets and begin to eat insects, slugs, grubs, worms, and other invertebrates, just as most amphibians do. More »

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Garden snakes, also known as garter snakes, are thin with long stripes down the spine and along the side, growing anywhere between two to four feet in length. The color varies. Usually garter snakes have dark, earth-tone... More »