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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Coffee break! Why two heads are NOT better than one ...

Not if you are a two-headed snake, that is. Here is a video explaining the difficulties when the unfortunate creature(s) try to eat:



Actually, a two-headed snake is really twin snakes joined, usually, at the neck or just below. They are not typically intelligent enough to realize their situation and co-ordinate their movements, as human siamese twins must learn to do.

Ideally, they would have a third head as a referee ...

Seriously, some believe that an increase in the number of two-headed snakes, due to the artificial environments of zoos. It's hard to say because such creatures almost never survive long in the wild, for obvious reasons, though some, like We, have survived in zoos for a number of years - and even helped out with the fundraising.

Now back to work.

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