Two-Headed Turtle cub and two-headed snake found in US
Students from the University of Florida have found a two-headed turtle cub August 16 during the morning field training.
An unusual calf was alive and energetic.
University officials say that such cases are extremely rare, according to UPI.
A marine biologist from the University of Florida's Keith Mansfield (Kate Mansfield) published photos of the two-headed turtle cub at Twitter.
What was the reason for the birth of an unusual turtle, not reported.
Earlier, news hit the media that in Texas have found a snake with two heads, which conflict with each other.
43-year-old photographer Jason Talbott from the US state of Kansas caught and took video of a live two-headed snake. According to the man, a strange creature suffered "multiple personality disorder". One head of an animal bite all the time, the other behaved more calmly, reports Mirror.
According to Talbott, the chance to meet two-headed snake is one in ten thousand. Age of majority of such creatures is not long, so it was surprising to find living and mobile "dragon."