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You Will Never Believe Your Eyes When You See These Twin-Headed Snakes 

A two-headed Python, born in captivity in Wodonga, near Victoria and New SouthWales border (Australia), was found recently. The rare Python is the result of the pairing of the five-year-old female snake that breeder John McNamara owns, and a male belonging to another Wodonga breeder, Ben Robson, according to Border Mail.

You Will Never Believe Your Eyes When You See These Twin-Headed Snakes 

You Will Never Believe Your Eyes When You See These Twin-Headed Snakes 

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The Two Headed Python

The Two Headed Python

The two-headed snake born in Australia is the result of two yolks who failed to split properly.

Short Japanese Sword

Short Japanese Sword

McNamara views it as two and names the snake as Katana and Wakizashi, which are the names of short Japanese swords used by Samurais.

The freaky and rare animal

The freaky and rare animal

McNamara's daughter sees it as one and gave the unique animal the name "The Twin Destroyer".

The dual headed reptile

The dual headed reptile

Senior lecturer Ben Phillips of Melbourne University, who works in the School of BioSciences, says the survival of the snake depends on how well everything is integrated inside.

The Siamese Snake

The Siamese Snake

McNamara made public his new pet so that someone can help him determine which head is the dominant one.

The dual headed threat

The dual headed threat

McNamara wants to find which head is dominant so that it can get clear which head reaches the stomach, the organs and other body parts that are conjoined.

Katana and Wakizashi

Katana and Wakizashi

Dr Ben Philips says the snakes are not very clever, so sometimes while eating their prey, they end up eating each other. Therefore, these two-headed snakes have a very short life.

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Mr McNamara, who initially thought the egg had hatched twins, said the snake's birth was similar to a human case of an anomaly.

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