Two headed snake finds home in China

A zoo in southwest China's town of Nanning currently adopted a -headed cobra.

The rare creature has already survived 15 days, but the zoo stated it may want to call in professionals to maintain its lifestyles.

The 20-centimeter-lengthy snake has brains however most effective one digestive gadget. It changed into born on a snake farm and turned into exceeded over to the zoo for better care. It now weighs only 50 grams, approximately 15 grams lighter than a regular cobra on the same stage of existence.

Zookeeper Li Keqi has been worrying for snakes considering the fact that 2007. He stated he'd in no way visible a two-headed snake till now. He thinks that a few temperature and humidity adjustments throughout incubation may additionally have brought on the mutation.

The snake has already shed its skin once, however has because refused to eat. Zookeepers are using synthetic feeding to preserve the animal alive. but this technique isn't sustainable.

Therefore, the zoo is asking for snake professionals from round the sector to provide their recommendation.
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