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A rare two-headed albino snake is on display in Moscow Zoo. Scientists say it is so rare it would not be able to survive in the wild. The snake was born six years ago and zoo keepers hope it will live for another six years. It is unusual for such a reptile to live for more than 12 or 15 years due to the genetic mutation which makes it more susceptible to diseases. Zoo keepers have to feed the two-headed reptile two times a week, which is more than the other species of reptiles at the zoo.
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