Two Headed Copperhead Snake Found In Virginia

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Two Headed Copperhead Snake Found In Virginia

Noah Rhodes, Staff Writer

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While In her flowerbed in Woodbridge, Virginia, a women encountered a two headed copperhead snake.  The woman captured the snake. Her neighbor came out and immediately wanted to see the snake. Her neighbor posted the pictures on her facebook page and it went viral.

The Owner Sent the photos to the local Herpetological Society for identification. The snake was taken to the center for examination. It was revealed that the snake had two tracheas, two esophaguses, but only had one heart and one pair of lungs. The snake is now in an educational facility for all to look at.

 

It is usually rare to find one alive. They say this because both brains are arguing about decisions to make. That means it is harder to escape predators and find food.

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