3-Eyed Snake Discovered in Australia
The 12-inch python, which was found by Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife rangers, had a misshapen head but all of its eyes were functioning, according to reports.
A snake with three functioning eyes was discovered in Australia.
The 12-inch python, which was found by Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife rangers, had a misshapen head, but all of its eyes were functioning, according to reports.
Unfortunately, the reptile was having problems eating and died.
Officials believe the deformity happened in utero, but they’d never seen anything like it.
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