3-Eyed Snake Discovered in Australia

The snake died later on because an inability to eat properly.
Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife

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. 

An X-ray later showed the snake had one skull but an extra eye socket. 

Officials believe the deformity happened in utero, but they’d never seen anything like it.


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