Two-headed snake crawling in opposite directions!

A snake expert in South Africa was shocked when he was called to catch a snake, when he was surprised that it had two heads!

After arriving at the park where the snake is located, snake hunter Nick Evans bumped into a rare snake known as the "brown egg eater", which was moving around.

According to Evans, this type of snake, despite its strange and terrifying shape, is harmless and not poisonous, according to the British newspaper, "Daily Star".

He added: "There was no need to be afraid of the snake, because it fears humans, and does not cause harm to them, as it often does not initiate the attack."

Evans considered himself lucky to catch this rare type of snake, which reaches a length of 30 centimeters, indicating that it suffers from the problem of having two heads, as it may move in opposite directions before returning towards one direction.

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