Two-headed snake

Two-headed snake.This two-headed snake with alternate reddish and black stripes has a body length of 25 cm, with it's head separated via as a V-shaped glyph. Each head is of the same size, and has it's own set of eyes and mouth. It glides swiftly with it's tongue stretching out of it's 2 mouths, but it's two heads almost always move in separate directions, as if they were a pair of opposing magnets. Experts believe that this snake is a result of gene mutation, most probably triggered due to the excessive use of chemical agent, agricultural chemicals and environmental pollution. However, they also pointed out that such mutant species do not tend to live long.

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