Garter snakes and ribbon snakes eat fish, but should hold a variety in their diet because they may not get adjectives their nutrients from fish. Rough green snakes eat insects. American brown snakes do not eat insects, they eat worms and slugs.
right just to clear this up there is no such point as a garner or garden snake these are mispronunciations that have wormed there channel into common use in some areas of the US the species name is garter snake. in attendance snakes of the genus Thamnophis.
rough/smooth green snakes also only eat bugs. so do american brown snakes.
I suppose a garden snake or a ground snake would eat some incests but even they can and will eat small rodents.
A water-moccasin will eat fish but can also drink rodents and small birds.
This is interesting, are there any snakes that only eat a guaranteed thing? I've never heard of that before, Most adjectives animals have more then one food source for when one gets scarce. So prolongs the food tie up.
it is call the smooth and rough green snake
Answers: Garter snakes are not insect eaters no matter how many posters say they are. They will devour minnows & small fish, but an all fish diet will soon lead to serious health problems and even annihilation caused by a serious vitamin deficiency. Smooth & rough green snakes are truly insectivores and common hose snakes will subside mostly on fish and frogs but are not ideal candidates as pets as they are very nippy and aggressive and their housing requirements are difficult at best to manage.