Three-eyed snake found in Aussie town of Humpty Doo
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A three-eyed snake found slithering down a road in the northern Australian town of Humpty Doo has sparked amusement in a country already accustomed to unusual wildlife. Rangers dubbed the unusual serpent Monty Python after finding it in late March. X-rays showed all three of its eyes were functioning. The 40-cm carpet python was about three months old and died after about a month in captivity, reported AFP.
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