Scientists have found a shark with two heads
The scientists from the State University of Michigan first discovered dvuhgolovuyushestizhabernuyu shark. On the discovery, scientists reported in the journal Journal of Fish Biology. Two-headed shark was found April 7, 2011 in the Gulf of Mexico.
According to the researchers, the main reason why so few manage to find two-headed animals, is their short duration of life. Typically, these fish die soon after birth.
In the case of a two-headed hexanchus fisherman found her in the womb of adult sharks. This individual had not yet come to light. After the birth, she would have no chance of survival.