Wildlife authorities in Australia's Northern Territory have shared photos of a three-eyed snake that was found on a highway, BBC News reports.
The Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife Service described the discovery as "peculiar."
They nicknamed the baby carpet python Monty Python, and it died just weeks after it was found in March.
Experts said the snake's third eye, on top of its head, appeared to be a natural mutation.
Rangers discovered it near the town of Humpty Doo, about 25 miles southeast of Darwin.
Rangers said the baby snake had been struggling to eat due to its deformity.
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