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Shedding of skin occurs in a piecemeal fashion in most lizards. Normal shedding is one indication of good health. The frequency of ecdysis varies with species, temperature, humidity, state of nutrition, and rate of growth. Rapidly growing juveniles may shed every two weeks.

Also see Snake Shedding