With two heads it looks like the stuff of nightmares but this double-headed snake is a real-life monster.
The triple-ended baby snake was found in a forest in Kansas, United States by photographer Jason Talbott who snapped the slithery serpent before taking it into captivity.
The video shows the bizarre creature slithering around the photographer's hand with each head moving independently.
The 43-year-old from Kansas says that without working together the snake was unable to bite anything effectively as both heads were required to move the body.
Although it looked like a fearsome beast, the snake was harmless and Jason admitted that its bite would not be enough to break a human's skin.
Jason said one of the heads is more aggressive than the other and is biting.
Jason said: "It is estimated that it is 1 in 10,000 but it is hard to know a true number as they are wild and elusive animals and survival rate is very low.
"I'm a massive fan of creepy crawlies and snakes - I've photographed hundreds of them and received a fair few bites along the way. Fortunately they were non-venomous ones.
"The snake had been found by a few of my friends in the wild and when I heard about it, I jumped at the opportunity to get some photos.
"What was funny about the snake was that the two-heads had different personalities. One of the heads was very aggressive and kept trying to bite at objects.
But the problem was, because they both shared the same body, the aggressive head needed the other one's cooperation to move. It was quite funny to watch, really."
In the past two-headed snakes have been known to attack, kill and even eat each other.
In August 2015 a two-headed snake was born at a snake farm in Yulin, China.
According to mirror.co.uk