Published on June 5th, 2018
A rare two-headed snake, which is 10 months old, has two heads as a result of a genetic deformity affecting just one in 10,000 births.
The foot-long reptile is being raised by wildlife educator Tanee Janusz, who adopted the western rat snake when a fellow member of her naturalist society found it in his garden.
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Named Filé and Gumbo by Janusz, the heads reportedly have different personalities. Gumbo is the dominant side although both heads are described as “feisty” and often end up wrestling after trying to go in opposite directions. They are a non-venomous breed.
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source: FOX NEWS