In the wild, a two-headed snake that is highly rare was discovered in South Africa.
Snake rescuer Nick Evans posted images of the two-headed Southern Brown Egg-eater, a non-lethal type of snake, on Facebook. In the caption, Mr. Evans explained that he discovered the rare reptile after being asked to pick it up by a man who had discovered the creepy creature in his garden.
Have a look!
The man, who resides in Ndwedwe, a town north of Durban, put the weird creature in a bottle and begged Mr. Evans to take it away since he didn’t want anyone to damage it.
Mr. Evans captioned the photo, writing, “It was such a bizarre sight, seeing this disfigured snake. It’s a juvenile, around [a foot] long. The way it moved was extremely fascinating. The heads would occasionally try to move in opposition to one another; other times, they would lay one atop the other. That method of travel appeared to be the most efficient.
The article has gained a lot of online traction since it was shared. Facebook commenters expressed their relief that the reptile had been transported to safety. One commenter said, “Poor thing. I’m so happy it’s safe.” “What a remarkable little thing! It’s excellent that the Ndwedwe man got in touch with you. I hope you can assist the small one in eating,” a third person chimed in. Amazing pictures. Very intriguing to watch, but also very sad. I hope it achieves a high enough standard of living,” third wrote.