A peculiar three-eyed snake is now dead after being found roadside in Australia. Northern Territory Parksand Wildlife say they found the snake, named Monty Python, on a highway near the town of Humpty Doo. Research indicated that the almost 16-inch juvenile snake had a third eye because of a genetic occurrence and not because of fusion with a twin snake in the embryo. Monty Python was found in March and passed away a few weeks later. Reptile experts say the snake might have struggled to eat because of the third eye so it became malnourished.
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