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An American in Nebraska discovered a unique two-headed snake.
“The reptile looked perfectly normal, except for two heads. I have no idea where it came from,” — Joshua Marshall, 45, commented.
The man placed the snake in a jar and contacted experts. Experts noted that the two-headed mutant is a rare specimen.
“Such a mutation occurs in about one in 100,000 garter snakes. This rare creature is lucky to have survived,” — noted Professor Dennis Ferraro.
“If one head quickly becomes dominant and the other just drags along, then the snake will most likely die because it will not be able to hunt or avoid predators,” — experts emphasized.
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