Two-headed snake undergoes surgery in Missouri


A two-headed western rat snake named Tiger-Lily underwent surgery to remove her ovaries due to a health issue. Photo courtesy of the Missouri Department of Conservation
Subscribe | UPI Odd Newsletter Subscribe March 21 (UPI) — A two-headed snake visiting the Missouri Department of Conservation’s Powder Valley Nature Center will have her stay extended to recover from surgery, officials said. The two-headed western rat snake, named Tiger-Lily, was scheduled to leave the nature center this week, but the serpent will remain for a longer stay to be treated for a health condition detected by staff who noticed the snake sneezing blood after a feeding. Advertisement


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