An actual, real life three eyed snake was found in Australia near Humpty Doom on the Arnhem Highway, which is near Darwin.
Australia is known for it’s frightening insects and animals that could probably cumulatively kill every human on the planet with their venom or strength. Though recently, a three eyed snake was uncovered and flipped the entire script. The Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife posted via Facebook a few photos of the demonic creature, reading: “The snake is peculiar as an x-ray revealed it was not two separate heads forged together, rather it appeared to be one skull with an additional eye socket and three functioning eyes. It was generally agreed that the eye likely developed very early during the embryonic stage of development. It is extremely unlikely that this is from environmental factors and is almost certainly a natural occurrence as malformed reptiles are relatively common.”
Reportedly, it’s a carpet python that was roughly 40 centimeters when unearthed in March. Though before you grab your pitchforks and torches, it’s our dismal duty to inform you that the snake perished shortly after it was apprehended. Ranger Ray Chatto spoke: “It’s remarkable it was able to survive so long in the wild with its deformity, and he was struggling to feed before he died last week.” The snake’s body is being held now in Darwin at the CSIRO center. Ironically, scientists have detected that ‘super snakes’ are on the horizon. We’re not talking two heads or DC comics ‘super’ type of snakes, but some crossbreeding between subspecies, resulting in hybrids never seen before.
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