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Wildlife representatives in Australia have shown bizarre photos of a three-eyed snake found on the highway.
The photos that the Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife Service shared with Facebook were described as "peculiar" due to skull formation.
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"The snake is peculiar when an x-ray showed that two separate heads were not forged together, but it appeared to be a skull with an extra eye socket and three functioning eyes," the Parks and Wildlife Service wrote Facebook.
The post has become viral, it has been shared 15,000 times and collected nearly 10,000 comments.
It is likely that the strange development of the baby carpet python, which was about 15 inches long, took place throughout the year. In the early embryonic phase, the Parks and Wildlife Service added.
"It is highly unlikely that it is environmental and most likely a natural phenomenon, as malformed reptiles are relatively common."
Known as Monty Python, the snake died just weeks after it had been found in the park in March, officials confirmed. "It's notable that he was able to survive in the wild for so long with his deformity, and he barely got anything to eat before dying last week," Ranger Ray Chatto told NT News.
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The snake expert Bryan Fry told the BBC that the third eye is probably due to the snake absorbing its twin one is just particularly coarse and misshapen.
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