Yes, as they grow they will molt (shed their skin) a number of times before they pupate.
ladybugs do shed their skin
No African Dwarf Frogs do not shed there skin.
They regularly shed their skin its quite irreagular for them to shed skin though..
no but if their poop gets into your skin you are but the poop would have to be there for a while to get into your skin
Corn Snakes? Yes, all snakes shed their old skin.
the shed there skin
No, eels do not shed their skin like a snake
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 :)
As snakes grow the skin doesn't grow with them, so they shed the skin because it no longer "fits" them. By shedding the skin they can get larger, and grow.
ALL snakes (and lizards) shed their skin periodically. The general rule is - the younger the reptile - the more frequently they shed. Reptile skin is regenerated all at once - not in tiny flakes like human skin. Thus they have to shed their skin in order to grow.
No. Most snakes do not. Most will shed their skin on the ground.
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.