Ssssssssnake -- Rare two-headed rattlesnake found in New Jersey

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Two scientists in Burlington County found a rare two-headed rattlesnake in the Pine Barrens.

The snake, named Double Dave, has two heads that are fully formed -- four eyes, two tongues, but just one body.

The scientists are taking over his care.

According to scientists, most double-headed snakes have a hard time surviving in the wild.

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