Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes “tearing” pitiful prey

We are all too familiar with poisonous snakes possessing a fearsome hunting instinct, so have you ever wondered, what would a 2-headed mutant snake, albino snake… look like?

 
 

Snakes are the most special creatures on our Earth. There are about 3,000 species of snakes living and living on the planet.

Thanks to their top-notch adaptability, they can be found anywhere, from the tropical jungles of Asia to the hot deserts of Africa, from the dark swamps of Asia. America to the vast expanses of the Pacific Ocean.

The Creator cleverly endowed them with terrible “weapons” such as deadly venom in the blink of an eye, extremely fast movement speed, the ability to curl up prey extremely strong and many other “tricks” such as camouflage, pretending. die… help them become instinctive “killers”.

In the previous series of articles about the ability to attack and defeat prey, we have all seen and are not too familiar with the terrible prey killing skills of snakes such as king cobra, rattlesnake, snake. king, pig-nosed snake, zebra cobra…

Or the snakes that possess the most venom, have the largest shape and the fastest sharp teeth…

Today, we will be acquainted with the most “poisonous, strange, strange” snakes on the planet.

1. Snakes have 2 heads

Cases of snakes with two heads are considered by biologists to be very rare.

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 1.

Ball pythons (Python regius) have 2 heads in Germany.

Two-headed white snake.

Close-up of a 2-headed mutant snake tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 3.

Milk snake with 2 heads.

Cobra with 2 heads.

Have you ever wondered, how these two-headed “mutant” snakes will handle and swallow their prey?

Watch this video to find the answer:

 
 
 

 
 
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The screen devouring a young mouse of a two-headed snake. Video: Siegelreptiles/Youtube.

2. Snakes have different colors

Close-up of a two-headed mutant snake tearing its pitiful prey - Photo 7.

Blue Coral Snake in Asia.

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 6.

Pink snake. Don’t think “em” is pink but “em” is gentle!

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 8.

The Blue Racer snake is endemic to the Americas.

Red-spotted snakes in Asia.

3. Strange-shaped snakes

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 10.

Bush Viper in Africa.

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 11.

Bearded snakes in Southeast Asia.

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 12.

Madagascar leaf-nosed snake.

Close-up of 2-headed mutant snakes tearing up pitiful prey - Photo 13.

And of course, the king cobra’s menacing, outstretched neck is indispensable.

The natural world is not only wild but also contains many strange and mysterious things. The more we explore, the more we see the magic of nature.

In that big world, there are many snakes in particular and many animals in general with strange characteristics that attract our human passion to learn.

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