Dimensions: 6" L x 8" W x ¾" D
Quoted from the label on the back of the display:
"Our skin cells shed constantly, but reptiles cast off their old skin all at once. Once a reptile is ready to shed, it brushes up against rough rocks or other hard surfaces and twists upside down to put more pressure on the nose area, rubbing until the old skin tears. The old skin is then pushed down past the nose and face. As the reptile proceeds to squeeze through rocks or along bark, the skin slowly rolls past the jaws and down along the body. The small, complete shed in this display is a first shed of a young snake while the larger piece is from an adult snake."