Two-Headed Northern Water Snake Found In Couple's Drawer

Two-Headed Snake Found In Couple's Drawer

Tiny North American water two-headed snake has been discovered in a drawer full of rubbish in Illinois. When Jerry Williamson's wife first told him she had found the scary reptile he thought she was pulling his leg.

But to his surprise she was telling the truth. The couple decided to keep the reptile and don't mind about the terrifying stigma attached to the two-headed Hydra of Greek mythology.

They were worried it would not be able to survive on its own. The Northern Water Snake (Nerodia sipedon sometimes also known as Natrix sipedon) is a large, non-venomous, well-known snake in the Colubridae family that is native to North America. They are active during the day and at night.

Via - Sky News

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