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Two Headed Snakes

    Animals born with more than one head have a condition called polycephaly (literally “many heads”) and polycephalic animals only come in two kinds; bicephalic (having two heads) or tricephalic (having three heads). Animals with more than three heads have not been found in the real world. There are some photos of a five headed snake

Man pulls poisonous snakes through nose

Liu Fei, from east China’s Jiangxi Province, has found a bizarre way to make his living – he pulls snakes through his nose. Fei has been performing the death-defying act for the past 30 years. Sometimes, when he feels like it, the 53-year-old will even use two 3ft snakes instead of one. It hasn’t all

Python wedding

Two pythons have just got married in Cambodia. Hundreds of guests cheered for the fang-tastic ceremony believed to bring peace and good luck to villagers. The two-hour event in Svay Rolum, south Cambodia, ended with the 4.8m (16ft) ‘bridezilla’ and the smaller male – both believed to be magical – being blessed by two Buddhist