For baby corn snakes you should feed them 'Pinkies' (two day old mice). For sub-adults you feed them 'fuzzies' (Juvernile Mice). For adults you feed corn snakes Adult Mice.
For adult corn snakes they like to eat rats
Uh, corn snakes ARE a type of rat snake. They are also called the red rat snake. A king snake might eat a rat snake but corn snakes will eat mostly rodents.
2nd Answer: No snakes do not eat corn. They eat other other snakes, small rodents, fish, insects, etc. There is a snake called the Corn Snake but that doesn't mean it eats corn, that is just its name. 1st Answer: yes, if the chicken eat corn before it is eaten by the snake
no snakes eat corn but there is a corn snake
No. A corn snake cannot eat anything much larger than a rat.
In captivity, a corn snake will eat mice or rats. In the wild, a corn snake will eat anything it can find, such as birds, lizards, bats, or frogs.
No, the corn snake will probably eat the geckos.
with there mouth
If you try to make your corn snake eat carrots it won't eat it. If it does it might get sick.
To eat the mice that are eating the corn in the corn fields
Yes,Corn Snake can eat snake food and also other sorts of animals. All of this will keep your snake healthy!
A wild corn snake usually eats mice and small rats. They occasionally eat amphibians and lizards.
Corn snake-Pantherophis guttata- Red RAT snake- they are the same snake. Red RAT snake. Take the hint :)
no they eat mice to find more information ask what do corn snakes eat.
yes it will eat a live rat but be carefull cous the rat will try to bite and even eat the corn snake if given the chance
Baby corn Snakes eat baby mice which are called pinkies.
It depends on the individual snake but most wont
No..Cats will kill corn corn snakes, although the corn snake could possibly eat a tiny kitten.
cous it lives close to the corn fields cous the rodents eat the corn and the corn snake hunts down the rodents its a farmers best friend
Corn snakes have been known to cannibalize other snakes if kept together, especially when young. A larger snake ALWAYS has the potential to eat another snake if it can fit it down its stomach.
An adult Corn Snake will eat a good sized mouse once a week.
Ya..................CORN SNAKES!!!!!!!!!! Haha but srsly they do ... They dont eat CORN! They eat small rodents whitch are ATTRACTED to corn fields, so the snake is attracted to them.
a Corn Snake is great first snake to start with and it does not bite unless it is under stress. It might not eat right away for you ether. If you do get a Corn Snake do not pick it up