Incredible two-headed cobra discovered in China!

A snake breeder in China discovered this incredible baby cobra with two heads!

The breeder thought he could sell the snake, but soon noticed that the malformed creature would not partake of food or drink. Concerned, he handed the snake over to the Nanning Zoo.

The zoo officials reported that the snake still has not eaten on its own. In its current state, it is only about 20cm long, and as thin as a pencil.

Because each head is with a separate brain, the two heads butt when the serpent moves. If it will adapt to its deformity is yet unknown. Currently zoo officials are worried for the health of the snake as it does not eat and has as potentially low resistance to infection.

If all is well the cobra could grow to be 1.2m in length.


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