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Curious Kids: when a snake sheds its skin, why isn’t it colourful?

By Damian Lettoof, PhD Candidate, Curtin University
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When the snake is ready to shed its skin, it rubs its body along rocks, plants and other rough things to peel the old layer of scales — often in a single, snaky piece.

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