Making purses with king cobra leather would be wonderful.
As the snake grows its skin can not grow with it so it sheds its skin periodically (as do all snakes).
A king cobra keeps from drying out by shedding its skin. King cobra shed their skins 4-6 times per year for adults, and every month for juveniles.
They shed their skin then they eat it
No. Angelfish do not shed their skin
ladybugs do shed their skin
They shed their skin to grow
They regularly shed their skin its quite irreagular for them to shed skin though..
yes spiders shed their skin when they grow
frogs shed their skin by keeping it warm
beardies shed their skin because their skin doesnt grow with them...its like a snake. their skin becomes tight as they grow larger so therefore their skin will shed!.
Corn Snakes? Yes, all snakes shed their old skin.
Yes they do shed there skin
No, elephants do not shed their skin
Animals shed their skin because a nasty slime mold grows inside of their skin which is itchy and makes them sweat. so they do not want to do that so they shed their skin.
Earthworms do not shed their skin. Earthworms are not snakes and their skin actually grows as they grow larger. Earthworms do shed bits of waste material.
No, eels do not shed their skin like a snake
No, they shed their skin as they grow... ..That would be depressing if they did...XD
All snakes, including rattlesnakes, shed their skin.
When it needs to. Snakes shed their skin in order to grow.
anoles will shed their skin about once or twice
Geckos shed old skin because it get old and dry and so they can grow bigger, we shed our skin to it takes a whole year to shed the whole of it but we do shed too :)
blue tongue lizards shed their skin because their scales don't grow so as they grow if they didn't shed skin their skin would just tear.
Lizards shed their skin to allow for growth, as well as to remove parasites along with their old skin.
Yes, because when it grow larger it skin is to small for it. So the caterpillar shed it skin.