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Family Name Snake 'D**khead' Because Of Its Unique Markings

Family Name Snake 'D**khead' Because Of Its Unique Markings

Naming a pet can be pretty difficult. Do you go with something that's silly and fun? What about picking a physical attribute that stands out?

One family were faced with this dilemma after they brought a pet corn snake into their lives. Craig Park explained his dad came home with the unnamed reptile and the family was met with the tough decision on what to call it.

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Without skipping a beat, Craig's mum decided to call it 'D**khead' because of its rather Not Safe For Work markings on its noggin.

Credit: Craig Park/Facebook
Credit: Craig Park/Facebook

If you take a good look, you can easily see why Mrs Park came up with this ingenious idea.

D**khead will feel right at home with the Parks as they are well versed in snakes.

Craig told UNILAD: "I love snakes so much personally that I have one tattooed on my back, [and have] introduced them to my two daughters.

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"I even have a gaming content page on Facebook called XtremeSnake Gaming where I will occasionally live stream games with one of them hanging out around my neck."

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Credit: Craig Park/Facebook
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The Park family has owned corn snakes, milk snakes, king snakes, rat snakes and even a 32-year-old ball python, as well as iguanas, bearded dragons, turtles, cats, dogs, birds, rabbits, pet rats, fresh water fish and salt water fish.

So these people certainly know how to handle a pet.

But it's a completely different story when you're hoarding dozens of snakes without your knowledge.

That's what happened to a couple who bought a new house in Colorado, who discovered a nest containing 150 snakes underneath their home.

Shaynon McFadden and Royce Robins had moved into the house on Rushmore Street in the town of Elizabeth back in 2018, but it quickly became clear there was a den of snakes under the back of the property.

To their surprise and terror, the critters started popping up out of the decking. As the weather started to get a bit warmer, the couple started seeing more and more snakes slithering out around their house.

Luckily, the reptiles were only garter snakes, and unlikely to do any real harm to a human. They'd give you a nip, but they aren't venomous or anything like that.

Featured Image Credit: Craig Park/Facebook

Topics: News, Animals

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie is a Trending Journalist at LADbible. His first job was as a newsreader and journalist at the award winning Sydney radio station, Macquarie Radio. He was solely responsible for the content broadcast on multiple stations across Australia when the MH17, Germanwings and AirAsia disasters unfolded. Stewart has covered the conflict in Syria for LADbible, interviewing a doctor on the front line, and has contributed to the hugely successful UOKM8 campaign.