Rare 2-headed snake discovered in Florida

Dos the two-headed snake (Image credit: Jonathan Mays/FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute)

What has two brains, no legs and the best profile pic on Facebook? That would be this rare, two-headed racer snake recently discovered by a house cat in Palm Harbor, Florida.

The cat's family was rudely introduced to the supernatural serpent about a month ago when their cat, Olive, dropped the critter on their living room floor, according to a Facebook post. The family was bewildered to see that a small, speckled snake with two heads attached to the same body, each one able to move its eyes, neck and tongue independently. The family named the snake "Dos" — Spanish for "two."

Source: Live Science

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