Byron, a two-headed snake at the Fitzsimons Snake Park in Durban, South Africa. Byron, a girl snake who was named before her sex was discovered, was feared by some to be an inkanyamba - a mythical hydra-headed snake presaging disaster, but the park's owner said: "Other than the two heads, she's quite normal."
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Gravediggers, as a grieving family at a burial ceremony in Dunedin, New Zealand, were distressed to discover that the deceased's coffin would not fit into the hole dug for it. A young woman council member ran to fetch a shovel, and she and the undertaker jumped into the grave and began digging.Reuse content