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  • 01 / 07 / 2007

Snake with two living heads
A particular discovery of an odd Santa Maria snake with two living heads impressed even the oldest residents of a small village in Matanza, Cuba.

The unusual snake measures some 60 centimetres and although its heads work independently, the right one is somewhat dominant over the other.

This rare snake of the Epicrates angulifer species - popularly known as Santa Maria - is about one year old, having survived its most critical life stage in the wild.
Source Bussiness Standard

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