What do snakes with no teeth eat?
Do snakes eat cherries?
No. snakes have no molars at all. Molars are milling or crushing teeth. Snakes eat by swallowing their prey that they pull into their throats with sharp-pointed, hooked teeth. Some of the teeth in venomous snakes like cobras, coral snakes, adders and rattlesnakes are hollow for injecting venom, and we cal such teeth fangs; fangs also are sharp pointed.
No, snakes do not have chewing teeth. Snakes have a pair of retractable fangs. Some types of snakes use their fangs to inject venom into their prey, while other snakes non-venemous snakes use their fangs to grab hold of their pray and latch on while they wrap themselves around to strangle the prey. Snakes do not need chewing teeth because they swallow their food whole.