A two-headed rattlesnake has been caught in Arkansas, and is being donated to a nature center.
The rare, venomous snake was found Wednesday, according to TV station KLRT, and is believed to have been captured near Forrest City.
The TV station reported that a Facebook post from a friend of the man who caught the snake read, “It is absolutely real! But I don’t think it’s a sign from God that the end times are near...”
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission confirmed the snake is real.
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The author of the Facebook post, Mark Young, explained that Rodney Kelso, District Two Manager at Woodruff Electric, was the one who caught the snake. A photo posted by KLRT showed the snake being held in a cardboard box.
The snake was donated to Crowley’s Ridge Arkansas Game and Fish Nature Center in Jonesboro, according to the TV station.
Two-headed snakes show up from time to time. In 2016, a two-headed rattlesnake was found in Indiana.