“The venomous snake was named “Double Dave” because of its two heads and the two Daves who found it.
The two-headed timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus). NBC News
Schneider and his colleague, Dave Burkett, found the snake about two weeks ago in the Pine Barrens, a heavily forested area in the southern part of the state, after they were told that a female timber rattlesnake had recently given birth.
As Schneider was snapping photos of some of the baby serpents, Burkett spotted the two-headed creature.”