An extremely rare two-headed copperhead snake has been found in Virginia, and reptile experts are working hard to keep it alive. The problem? The two heads keep fighting each other.
Two-headed snakes are like conjoined twins, but reptile experts say the heads will fight over which head swallows the prey.
The snake's keepers are hoping to send it to a zoo one day if they can keep it alive long enough.
If you had two heads, how would you divide up the day's eating and talking? Can you think of any advantages to having two heads?