A two-headed Python, born in captivity in Wodonga, near Victoria and New SouthWales border (Australia), was found recently. The rare Python is the result of the pairing of the five-year-old female snake that breeder John McNamara owns, and a male belonging to another Wodonga breeder, Ben Robson, according to Border Mail.
The Two Headed Python
The two-headed snake born in Australia is the result of two yolks who failed to split properly.
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