The maximum number of shedding periods for a healthy snake is four per year. Each time the snake sheds, it adds a segment to its rattle, building on top of the single segment with which it is born. One could use the number of segments on a rattle to determine roughly a snake’s age. Unfortunately, there is a large margin for error with this method, as snakes will shed variably depending upon the year’s conditions and pieces of the rattle can break off accidentally.
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