Rattlesnakes conjoined at neck soon be separated

Two diamondback rattlesnakes joined at the neck will soon be separated in a delicate surgical procedure. Expert say that the snakes are connected at the neck by the soft tissue, no bone connected. Also no blood vessel sharing. This is not a two-headed snake because the reptiles do not share the single body. Veterinarians say the snakes cannot survive together, because they're constantly working against each other .

Via : Associated Press channel on Youtube , 26 August 2009


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