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March 27, 2024


Rare two-headed snake undergoes surgery in Missouri

(Thanks to Ron T)


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While Tiger-Lily was under supervision, Lauren Baker, a naturalist at the MDC, found traces of blood after the snake sneezed during a feeding.

Snakes sneeze? Sounds like something Roald Dahl or Shel Silverstein would use.

Australia sent out well wishes saying they were amazed by the rarity. Quote, "a snake that is non-poisonous is a rarity rumored in lore to have been spotted 35 million years ago when the continent was still part of Asia."

Oh, Australia almost forgot to ask the people in St. Louis, "we have a two headed Monarch butterfly that can instantly kill you with a light prick from a barbed wing we would like you to take a look at."

A two-headed snake tried to walk into a bar for the Happy Hour BOGO, but it was two feet short.

A two hoe snake.

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