When Paul Carver saw what looked like a snake crawling in the back yard of his Clarksville Tennessee home, he was a little shocked. But he was twice as surprised when he saw that the baby snake actually had two heads. Carver then carefully caught the snake and took the snake to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA). The on duty wildlife officer Dale Grandstaff, who was also surprised by the snake, noted that as well as the two separate heads the snake also had two working brains, sharing the same eight inch body.
Grandstaff noted that the snake has a working tongue, a set of eyes and a working mouth on each head. GrandStaff said the snake's chance of survival in the wild is not very good. The officer will relocate the snake to Tennessee Tech in Cookevill, TN to see if they can feed and aid the snake in it's survival where they can study and learn from the two headed reptile.