A rare two-headed snake was found by a farmer in a village in Alicante. The snake with four eyes, two tongues and two sets of eyes is not studied by Spanish scientists. According to preliminary studies, the snake can use both of its heads at the same time. Further down the line, they are trying to see if the snake has two separate digestive tracts and if a head dominates the other.
Scientists say the snake is lucky to have survived the wild. Other two-headed snakes have been found in Honduras, the United States, Sri Lanka and Argentina. Thelma, one of these snakes, is held at the San Diego Zoo on the US west coast.
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