Ouroboros. I just watched episode 9 of season 7 of Shameless and the episode was titled, “Ouroboros.” In it this word is mentioned many times and the Alibi receives shipments of tequila going by this name. For some reason the symbol caught my eye and after further research, the meaning really struck me too. “This symbolizes the cyclic Nature of the Universe: creation out of destruction, Life out of Death. The ouroboros eats its own tail to sustain its life, in an eternal cycle of renewal.” Not only is the Ouroboros a cool looking symbol, but its meaning is truly thought provoking and idk it really hit home for me. I know this is a Stephen King fan page, but I just felt too much from this symbol not to share it, and tbh, a lot of Kings novels deal with cycles *cough cough DARK TOWER cough cough* Also, any Hemlock Grove fans will recognize this symbol too. #StephenKing#Ouroboros#cycle#creationoutofdestruction#lifeoutofdeath#eternalcycleofrenewal#ancient#deep#meaningful#impactful#struckme#resonatedwithme#Shameless#HemlockGrove#snake#dragon#TheDarkTower
Getting photos with snakes isn't always easy, or glamorous! 😂 I sped this video up and cut it down, it was 5 minutes! Retic a are very active snakes and Charlotte is extremely strong. When she is out precautions must be taken for her safety and mine. #snake#reptile#animal#photooftheday#retic#love#utah#python#pet
Here is an awesome video of Kisame and his clean shed. .
Now ill probably need to put a disclaimer about this since so many people still believe myths about shedding.
Shedding is a stressful time for snakes. If your animal is having a dry shed, you need to bump the humidity and leave them alone. If your animal is normally snappy, you should leave them alone.
If you have built a trusting relationship with your animal and if the shed is going well there is no reason you cant assist. Your hand are no different than a tree or plant in the wild. You're actually a lot safer to shed against than anything else and reduces any potential harm they could recieve from shedding against a possible sharp object. However when assisting, DO NOT PULL. Just get a grip and let them slither out. It should be an easy and quick process and relieving for the animal with how quickly its over for them.