The name of the species to which this snake belongs has not been specified by the authorities.
The inhabitants of Tabanan still do not come back. A two-headed snake was seen waving in this village in the center of Bali's tourist island of Indonesia. "I was coming home from work when I parked my bike near the snake", said the villager Gusti Bagus Eka Budaya. "I looked more closely and saw that he had two heads, it shocked me."
A video shows children gathered around the snake, small enough to fit in the palm of a hand, slipping on a banana leaf decorated with a traditional Hindu Bali offering. The species to which this snake belongs has not been specified by the authorities, and it is not known if it is venomous. In the past, experts have stated that two-headed snakes are very rare in the wild, and that they are generally bred in captivity.