A Stubby, Two-Headed Snake? Guess Again! | National Geographic

A Stubby, Two-Headed Snake? Guess Again! | National Geographic

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A snakelike creature doubles down on its disguise to scare away predators.
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As you might expect, snakes with more than one head are quite rare. But it sure looked like a two-headed serpent to Luján Eroles of Santa Fe, Argentina, as she observed the little beast in her garden. In fact, the double-disguise is a trick to scare off potential predators of this hawk moth caterpillar. Video: Caters TV / Luján Eroles

READ: ‘Two-Headed Snake’ Shocks Homeowner
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/caterpillar-hawk-moth-snake-eye-animals/

A Stubby, Two-Headed Snake? Guess Again! | National Geographic
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