Curious: Chilling “visit” in the greenhouse

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What happened to this North Carolina woman is a very rare curiosity. For some it will be a horror story and for others an unusual discovery, but it leaves no one without astonishment.

It turns out that 63-year-old Jeannie Wilson was at home in Alexander County, North Carolina, playing a game of cards with her family and friends, had left the glass door to her conservatory open, and without anyone standing there. realized, received a chilling visit.

After the game was over, Wilson walked to the door to close it… and found himself face to face with his unexpected guest. A foot-long mutant creature who first rendered her speechless and then, against all odds, brought her immense compassion.

It was a mutant rat snake with two heads!

“I found this rat snake on my sunroom after playing cards with friends and family,” the woman said. “My son had opened the door to let in some air and I guess he came in then.”

Wilson immediately called family members after seeing the reptile near a side table.

“I called my son-in-law, who wasn’t far away, and he said he’d be back,” Wilson said. “I’m not crazy, guys. It has two heads. When he got there, he said: ‘He has two heads, doesn’t he?’ “Said the retiree.

“Well, I’ve never been a snake person, but when I saw her, it broke my heart,” he added.

And it is that the creature is nothing more than a harmless snake baby with a genetic mutation that gives it very little chance of surviving in nature. It is such a rare case that it affects only one in 100,000 snakes.

Curious: Chilling visit in the winter garden (PHOTOS and VIDEOS)

Curious: Chilling visit in the winter garden (PHOTOS and VIDEOS)

Two-headed snakes have to fight against each other in order to live. They cannot even move correctly because, in reality, they are two snakes, with their independent brains, in the same body.

Two-headed creatures, not only in snakes, but in a wide range of beings, including humans (then we speak of Siamese twins) can occur when an embryo divides as if to form twins, but does not divide completely.

It can also happen the other way around, with two separate embryos fusing incompletely to form a two-headed creature.

This condition is called Policefalia, that is, more than one head. The term is derived from the words poly meaning ‘many’ and kephal meaning ‘head’ and encompasses other terms such as bicephaly and dicephaly (both refer to having two heads).

There are many incidences of multi-headed animals, both in real life as well as in mythology.

Two-headed animals are collectively the only type of multi-headed creature seen in the real world and are formed by the same process as Siamese twins: they are all the result of the secondary union of two originally monozygotic embryonic discs. separated.

What is a fact is that few survive long enough to be born and fewer still live beyond that.

“I don’t know anything about snakes, but I knew they weren’t poisonous,” Jeannie said.

And the good old Wilson, instead of giving him fear and horror, was awakened by tenderness for his new and amazing pet. “I said ‘nobody is going to hurt you.’ I wanted it to be in a safe and careful place ”, he said, according to the Daily Mirror.

Wilson posted a video on his Facebook looking for someone who could take care of the strange creature.

VIDEO: You can see the video by clicking on the photo below

Curious: Chilling visit in the winter garden (PHOTOS and VIDEOS)

Curious: Chilling visit in the winter garden (PHOTOS and VIDEOS)

He even gave it a name Double Trouble, and took it carefully to the Catawba Science Center in Hickory, North Carolina.

And it was there that he learned that his card trick that day was extraordinarily unusual. Only 0.001% of snakes are born this way.

“They said that he is about four months old and is in good health,” he recalled. “They put it in their own nursery. He crawled into a rock and stuck both heads out of the hole as if he were at home. “

Now Double Trouble he cares for a snake handler in Kernersville, North Carolina. The Catawba Science Center plans to keep the snake and use it in their school-age programs.

VIDEO: You can see the video by clicking on the photo below

Curious: Chilling visit in the winter garden (PHOTOS and VIDEOS)

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Curious: Chilling visit in the winter garden (PHOTOS and VIDEOS)

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