Rangers from The Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife of Australia found a three-eyed snake along the
Arnhem Highway near Humpty Doo.
The odd snake had it's third-eye near the center of its skull. It was around 40cm(16 inches) in length and was around 3 months old. It was named as Monty Python.
An x-ray showed that it wasn't 2 different heads forged together, rather it is one skull with a third eye socket with three functioning eyes.
"It was generally agreed that the eye likely developed very early during the embryonic stage of development. It is extremely unlikely that this is from environmental factors and is almost certainly a natural occurrence as malformed reptiles are relatively common."– Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife
Officials said the snake died shortly after it's capture.