Two-headed corn snake

A rare two-headed corn snake has been hatched by a reptile breeder in North Carolina. Mike Lambert tells Charlotte’s WBTV the snake was born on August 18, and also has an uncommon double recessive gene that wipes out the black and red coloring of its scales, making it mostly white.


2 thoughts on “Two-headed corn snake”

  1. Albino corn snakes are quite common, i believe this patter is called a ghost? i’m not sure i used to breed them too but didn’t really get into all the hybrid phases. I saw a two headed gopher snake at the Audubon zoo in New Orleans and took a picture

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