Posts Written OnJune 13, 2016

All great changes are preceded by chaos

  “Snakes shed their skin to allow for further growth and to remove parasites that may have attached to their old skin.  A snake sheds anywhere from a couple of times a week to once a year depending on its size, age and health. The entire shedding process lasts for several weeks. The skin begins to turn dull and gray when a snake is preparing to shed.  Snakes are uncharacteristically aggressive during this time because of their vulnerable state.  Rough objects are commonly used to assist in the shedding process; it uses the rough object to anchor the old skin as it does…