So my new blood Python has been burrowing a bit the last week or so. He's about 5 months old and about 18 inches or so. He's been buried since Thursday evening after his meal. I went to check on him today and pulled him out only to realize he had a mouthful of substrate. I've managed to get a bit by soaking and kinda picking at what was protruding with some tongs. He just "yawned" and I could still see a bit in his mouth. Not so much in the middle but all around the edges. He's on Miltons ecological litter as a substrate. It's a ground coco fiber that looks and feels identical to Eco earth. I've heard it'll digest fine but I'm not wanting to take any chances with his health. What should I do? Leave it or try to pry his south open with a card to remove it?