We’re twins! These two snakes might appear to be thick as thieves, but they actually share the same body.
A two-headed snake in Kansas
The snake was photographed by Jason Talbott, 42, from Kansas, USA, whose friends found the snake living in the wild, before taking it into captivity.
Strangely, one of the heads is more aggressive than the other and attacks it.
The snake, on the other hand, was unable to bite anything effectively because Jason claimed that both heads were required to move the body.
Despite its ferocious appearance, the snake was actually harmless and Jason stated that a person’s skin would not be punctured by its bite.
“It’s impossible to know an exact number because they’re free and elusive creatures, with a poor survival rate.”
“I’m a big fan of creepy crawlies and snakes, and I’ve photographed hundreds of them. Fortunately, they were non-venomous.
“A few of my pals had discovered a snake in the woods, and when I heard about it, I couldn’t believe how lucky I was. ”
What was amusing about the snake was that the two heads had distinct personalities. One of the heads was extremely aggressive, attempting to bite everything that came into its vision.
“But the difficulty was that because they were both in the same body, the aggressive head had to obtain permission from the docile one to move. It was rather amusing to observe.”