In a statement, the Wildlife Center said, "It appears as though the left head is more dominant - it's generally more active and responsive to stimulus".
A rare two-headed copper snake was found in a Virginia backyard, the state's wildlife department said.
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Snakes with a mutation like this have a hard time surviving in the wild, Kleopfer said, adding that it's because the two heads often want to do "two different things". It has two esophaguses, with the right one more developed. Speaking to the website, he also added that this particular snake was young, about two weeks old, and very small, about six inches long. In this case, "The left head has the dominant esophagus and the right head has the more developed throat for eating", Kleopfer explained.
Kleopfer said officials hope the rare snake will eventually be donated to a zoo and put on exhibit.
"The hashtags used in her Facebook post included: "#sohardnottolookatit", "#nobodyhastimeforthat" and "#justlookingatthismakesmeswear".
One person commented on the image: "This is what nightmares are made of".
However, other people online slammed those who were disgusted with the discovery, with Nick DaJeeper Rivas putting: "It's sad that such a magnificent animal attracts so much ignorance".