This bad boy (these bad boys?) was discovered in Virginia. I'm not sure if the person who discovered it has recovered yet, but I'm sure they've disposed of their soiled underwear.
A two-headed copperhead was found by a homeowner in Virginia while looking in their garden. Experts say they 'rescued' the snake, because two-headed creatures like this can not survive very long in the wild.
And get this, when it comes to two-headed snakes, they have been known to strike each other. So maybe 'the wild' isn't what keeps them from surviving?