Thursday, June 30, 2011

Weird Snake: Two-headed Phyton (3 Photos)

Two-headed snake Phyton
Weird Python being born with two heads

This is one snake who is likely to be more than a little snappy if provoked. The mutant black and gold python regius - royal python or ball python - was born in Villingen-Schwenningen, southern Germany, with two heads. Twice the bite: This python regius, or ball python, was born with two heads in Villingen-Schwennigen, Germany

Two-headed snake Phyton
Which way next? The one-year-old snake is now 20in long and appears to be coping well with its mutation. Snake breeder Stefan Broghammer said the slippery customer is around one years old and has grown to around 20 inches. He said the creature is only the second python known to be born with two heads.
Two-headed snake Phyton
The snake is non-venomous, found in Africa and are a popular pet. Adults generally grow up to around 4ft and when threatened their instinctively curl into a ball to defend themselves. Rare: Snake breeder Stefan Broghammer, pictured, said it was only the second time on record of a python being born with two heads.

Source: Dailymail