Friday, July 14, 2017

How this two-headed snake eats a meal?

Two-headed snake eats meal with owner's careful supervision
People who owned several pet snakes typically keep them all separated as snake mostly live alone in the wild, and there's the possibility that they will try to cannibalize each other or fight over food, but what if, if the snake is two in one?

Introducing Medusa an Albino Honduran Milk Snake and she is an axial bifurcation snake meaning she has two heads who have independent thoughts and each can control their shared body, this kind of things happens when there's an incomplete splitting of monozygotic twins.

This kind of snake doesn't live long in the wild, but they can live long in captivity as long as proper and adequate care is in place.

Clip Source: Danny Mendez

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