Say What?!: Two-Headed Rattlesnake Discovered by Researchers in New Jersey

BURLINGTON CO., N.J. – Researchers from the Herpetological Associates of Burlington County in New Jersey are currently caring for an unusual specimen: a young timber rattlesnake with two heads.

The snake, dubbed “Double Dave” after the two researchers who found it, is the first two-headed timber rattlesnake ever found in New Jersey.

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