This young two-headed grass snake was found in the wild in Croatia.
The rare condition of having multiple heads occurs in the same way as conjoined twins.
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While two-headed snakes can often survive in captivity, they don't tend to fare well in the wild because each head has its own personality.
This means they often end up uncoordinated and vulnerable to predators as they try to move in different directions.
This snake was given to the local zoo so that it might have the chance to live as long as possible with professional care.