Pet Cat Drags Two-Headed SNAKE Inside Florida Home

Pet Cat Drags Two-Headed SNAKE Inside Florida Home

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A pet cat dragged a rare two-headed snake inside a woman’s home in Florida, United States.

According to United Press International, they suddenly noticed that the serpent has two heads.

“Originally I thought my daughter was kidding when she said that. Then I saw him and was amazed,” said Kay Rogers.

Rogers’ daughter named the black racer Dos, a subspecies of the non-venomous Coluber constrictor snake species.

It is now in the care of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Research Institute.

“This phenomenon, termed bicephaly, is uncommon but happens during embryo development,” said the FCW in a Facebook post.

Over in North Carolina, a same two-headed snake interrupted a family card game in Alexander County.

“I found this rat snake in my sunroom after we had a card game with friends and family,” said the retiree,” Jeannie Wilson shared.

The 63-year-old said she does not know a lot about snakes but she was certain it was not poisonous.

“I said ‘there’s nobody gonna hurt you’. I wanted him to be somewhere safe and taken care of,” said Wilson.

The resident then took the two-headed snake to Catawba Science Center in Hickory, North Carolina.

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