Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Discovery of Two Headed Snake

Sparks flew and the news flashed out across the web on the amazing discovery of a Santa Maria snake with two living heads. The discovery of this unusual two-headed snake that was around 60 cm long even impressed even the oldest residents of the village at Matanza, Cuba. The discoverer said that both the heads were living and functional, although the right one was dominant over the other. The snake was discovered by a Cuban villager from amidst the woods.

According to a specialist "the phenomenon could be the result of a developing embryo that began to split into identical parts but stopped half way through, leaving the heads joined. Other double-headed snakes have been found in the US, Spain and Argentina."

Two-headed Snake Found in Cuba - Click here for another funny movie.

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