Study: Majority Of Nation’s Alligator Snakes Have Embryo In Their Heads
By Jerry McRobotface
DURHAM, NC—Saying the reptiles are likely to be impregnated with the first human child of their species, a study released Thursday by the Duke University School of Medicine has found that majority of alligator snakes have an embryo in their heads. “Our research indicates that nearly 50 percent of alligator snakes have embryos in their skulls,” said lead researcher Dr. Fiona Holcomb, adding that most of the snakes were likely to develop into the heads of a number of reptiles, which will then take the form of alligators. “Given the high number of embryos in snakes, it’s likely that the majority of alligator snakes will develop into alligators, which will then take the form of alligators, which will then take the form of alligators.” Holcomb went on to state that most alligator snakes are likely to still be around when their heads are impregnated with the unborn child of their lizard family.