Two-headed rattlesnake found in United States | 2017-09-13 |

Two-headed rattlesnake found in United States

Sun Online Desk     13th September, 2017 09:20:16 printer

Two-headed rattlesnake found in United States

The rare, venomous snake was found September 6 (local time), and a picture was posted on Facebook by Mark Young.


The venomous snake, whose picture has been shared over 15,000 times on Facebook, has been freaking people out on social media. "The snake was captured by Quentin Brown and Rodney Kelso," explains Mark Young, who shared a picture of the snake, now named Deuce.


According to 5 News Online, the snake is about 11 inches long.

Mr Young later shared another Facebook post saying that the snake was absolutely real. While many commented on it saying how weird the snake looked and how scared they were of it, a few others called it 'beautiful'.


Cody Walker, the education program specialist at the Forrest L. Wood Crowley's Ridge Nature Center, says that 'it is technically two snakes fused together', according to 5 News Online. Two-headed snakes have short life spans, especially in the wild, he said.