Two-headed Snake

July 15, 2011 by staff 

Two-headed SnakeTwo-headed Snake, A snake with two heads, each capable of thinking and eating separately, and even steal food from each other, has become a popular attraction at a zoo in Ukraine.

The little albino Kingsnake California, now on show at the Black Sea resort of Yalta is a handful, workers at the zoo told AFP. The two-headed snake are fiercely independent, are not always in agreement as to snatch food from others, zookeepers said private call Skazka or fairy tale.

“Sometimes you want to head tracking in one direction and another head in another direction,” said zoo director Oleg Zubkov AFP.

Yakovenko said Ruslan Zoo worker trying to feed the snake with two heads separately, and sometimes fight over food.

“If you are hungry, their bosses can steal food from each other,” he said, adding that it is also necessary to separate the head with a barrier.

“The second can be angry, but both feel full because they only have one stomach,” he told AFP.

The private zoo, said Kingsnakes hunt other reptiles, ie, one instinctively head of the snake might try to attack and eat the other.

The three-year-old, two feet long (60 centimeters) in reptiles is a loan from Germany.

The number of visitors has almost doubled since it went on display in early July, Zoo Keeper Yakovenko said.

“Many fall into the feeling of horror zoo and leave happy.”

The snake, believed only in Europe, two-headed snake, can be seen in Ukraine until September.

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