|ST. LOUIS - For sale: One albino snake. Has two heads. Asking $150,000 or best offer. The World Aquarium in St. Louis has been home to We, a one-of-a-kind two-headed albino rat snake, since 1999. President Leonard Sonnenschein has decided to sell the reptile, and bidding on reptileauction.com will start at $150,000.|
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Pffft, I want a three headed dog, not a two headed snake... though it is a tempting pet to guard my treasure room! lol
|The snake has been in the spotlight before. In 2004, a disgruntled City Museum worker stole We. Authorities found the snake in the garage of the man's home in Illinois.|
The funny thing about that is - this is why people don't steal/sell one of a kind artwork. It's the only one. If they were to sell it, they would obviously get caught. It's not worth anything to anyone but the owner if it's one of a kind.
Apparently most two headed snakes don't survive. (Yes! There have been many in the past!
|We has survived because, unlike some two-headed animals, both mouths are connected to the same stomach, Sonnenschein said.|
We = name of the snake btw. heh. How fitting.