A two-headed baby copperhead was discovered in a northern Virginia resident this month, which is a very rare finding. The unusual serpent was captured by Virginia Wildlife Management & Control and is now being looked after by an experienced private reptile keeper.
Experts revealed that both heads deliver a venomous bite. However, snake expert JD Kleopfer said that creatures with two heads don’t really live that long since both heads wanted different things.
Kleopfer wrote on Facebook:
“Wild bicephalic snakes are exceptionally rare because they just don’t live that long. Too many challenges living day to day with two heads.”
In the video taken by Kleopfer, the two heads can be clearly seen wanting to go in different directions. The body was going straight, but the heads were pulling each other on the opposite sides. The clip was the perfect example of the snake expert’s earlier explanation.
The gruesome discovery was made by Stephanie Myers who said: “I wanted to look away but couldn’t stop looking at it.”
A spokesperson for the veterinary hospital said:
“It appears as though the left head is more dominant – it’s generally more active and responsive to stimulus … Radiographs revealed that the two-headed snake has two tracheas [the left one is more developed], two esophaguses [the right one is more developed], and the two heads share one heart and one set of lungs. Based on the anatomy, it would be better for the right head to eat, but it may be a challenge since the left head appears more dominant.”
The two-week-old two-headed copperhead still mostly eats insects and was around six inches long. Fully grown copperheads can measure up to 18-36 inches. With a little luck and care, they hope to eventually bring the snake to a zoo for an exhibit.
Watch the video here:
Guy’s Bizarre Water Tricks Involve Regurgitated Water
That’s one way to recycle water!
We are all trying to conserve water as much as we can. However, one man is taking recycling to a whole new level. His bizarre magic tricks involve regurgitating water and are not for the faint-hearted.
The video starts off with the man easily drinking a huge bottle of water. He doesn't seem satisfied with the drink and requests for another jug, which he quickly finishes. At first, it doesn't look like much will be happening. However, the guy has a truly bizarre trick up his sleeve.
This man is about to blow your mind with a truly weird magic trick.
Florida Man Travels 300 Miles To Headbang Against Hurricane Florence
“YOU ARE WEAK AND SMALL FLORENCE!!!!!”
Sometimes, a great hero emerges when you least expect it. The man who once took on Hurricane Matthew by headbanging against the strong winds has decided to take on Hurricane Florence. This time, Florida Man had to travel 300 miles just to wave the American flag in the face of the powerful storm.
Lane Pittman rose to fame as "Florida Man" when he posted a video of himself headbanging to Slayer's "Raining Blood" on the streets as Hurricane Matthew raged on in 2016. Pittman had every intention to face Hurricane Florence although Florida was relatively safe from the storm. To do so, Pittman had to start a GoFundMe page so he could fight Florence in the most awesome way possible.
Pittman fearlessly took on Hurricane Florence despite warnings to stay indoors.
Batman Pulled Over By Cop To Take Selfie With Batmobile
This is not your average traffic stop.
No one is above the law - not even Batman. A video has gone viral after it shows a police car pulling over a replica Batmobile in Brompton, Canada.
It's not every day that you see a superhero in action. What can make it even more interesting? The fact that a police car was behind him, telling him to pull over.