DARWIN, Australia (CBSDFW.COM) – The three-eyed snake sees all! A snake with three functioning eyes was found in Australia last week.

The juvenile carpet python that was a foot long was found by park rangers in the Northern Territory. Officials said the snake had a malformed skull with an additional eye socket rather than two separate heads forged together, which wildlife experts originally thought.

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(Credit: Northern Territory Department of Tourism and Culture)

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The snake unfortunately died after struggling to feed.

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Wildlife officials believe the third eye formed early during the embryonic stage and was a natural occurrence.