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I just found a shed snake skin, pretty obviously from the black racer next to it, and when I examined it closely it *seemed* that the forked tongue had shed its skin too. Could it really be that the snake sheds the skin on its tongue too? Thanks for your help, Scott Pugh, Naples, Florida



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No, not possible.

J. Elliott



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