Double trouble! Two-headed snake named Tom and Jerry is pictured at largest reptile travelling exhibition in Europe
- The Californian king snake is the star attraction at the Reptile Expo in Villeneuve, Switzerland
- More than 200 reptiles form part of the exhibition which will be in Switzerland until March 3, 2019
- The Californian king snake, known as Lampropeltis getulus californiae in Latin, can live for 30 years
This is the amazing two-headed Californian king snake called Tom & Jerry who is a star attraction at the Reptile Expo in Villeneuve, Switzerland.
The event is Europe’s largest travelling reptile exhibition with more than 200 creatures on show.
The snake, Lampropeltis getulus californiae, will be on display at the arena until March 3, 2019.
Despite his fearsome looks, Tom & Jerry is not especially dangerous to humans, but the Californian King Snake is known to attack other snakes and is immune from the venom of killers such as rattlesnakes.
Although, the Californian King Snake has been known to act as a cannibal.
This is the 17-year-old Californian king snake with two heads known as Tom & Jerry who is on a major European tour
Tom and Jerry could possibly live for 30 years in captivity. He is part of the Reptiles Expo tour in Villeneuve, Switzerland
Tom and Jerry is among 200 reptiles involved in the exhibition which will be in Switzerland until the March 3
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