A two-headed timber rattlesnake found near Forrest City, Ark., is being held at a nature center in Jonesboro until a herpetologist from Arkansas State University can take a look at it. Each brain in a two-headed snake makes decisions independently, potentially slowing reaction time and contributing to shortened life spans, says Cody Walker, education program specialist at the nature center.
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