Watch: Two-Headed Snake Spotted In Chhattisgarh's Raipur

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A two-headed snake was spotted in Raipur in Chhattisgarh


Raipur:  In a rare sight, a two-headed snake was spotted in Chhattisgarh's Raipur.

The 45-days-old Saint Boa snake, reportedly non-poisonous, with two heads was found in Raipur's Nandanvan.

"This kind of snake was never seen here before. We are looking after the snake. It will be showcased to the visitors," said KM Dhangar, a senior forest official.

"The 10-centimetre long snake has been kept separately and is non poisonous. The maximum length it can achieve is 20-25 cm," Mr  Dhangar said.

Earlier in March, a rare three-foot long 'flying' snake was spotted near Kalampalayam village in Tamil Nadu. The snake that was flying from tree-to-tree to catch its prey was caught after three-hour long operation and was handed over to the forest officials.


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