Strange animals: The two-headed albino milk snake

This snake is just so weird!

Meet Medusa, the two-headed Albino Milk Snake from Honduras.

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Medusa, the two-headed albino snake from Honduras… Amazing nature. Photo: Youtube

Meet “Medusa,” the two-headed Albino Honduran Milk Snake. She’s the perfect example of “Axial Bifurcation” in that she’s perfectly symmetrical. The heads act independently of one another, and will fight over food given the opportunity. Watch them having their meal in the video:

Her uncommon condition is more likely the result of monozygotic twin babies that failed to separate while developing, also called Polycephaly.

Most organisms with this condition will not live for long, but occasionally you will get cases like this one, where the snake(s?) seem healthy enough and can live for years.

She can be sen at Ben Siegel Reptiles in Deerfield Beach, Florida.

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