Unlike your standard two-headed snake, “this one has a head on each end of its body – and they appear to take shifts on which one is in control.” Officials at Ware Shoals High School have identified the creature as a rough earth snake. Continue reading for a video and more information.

The children’s mother, Tina Stewart, told Fox Carolina: ‘One head’s is bigger and more dominant than the other, but they both seem to control the body.’ She added: ‘The main head will do one thing and then the other part’s trying to go in the opposite direction.’ But while the snake pulls itself in opposite directions, young Savanna and Preston are also pulled in different directions on what to name the snake.

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