Two-headed turtle Credit: AP
Two-Headed Bobtail Finds New Home In Perth
An unnamed two headed bobtail, a type of skink, is seen at its new reptile park home at Henley Brook Park on April 22, 2010 in Perth, Australia. The two-headed reptile was rescued from Coogee by the Park and appears to be doing well, despite the life expectancy of such mutated births to be short. It eats from both heads but the larger head has also tried to attack the smaller one, and its movement is difficult as both heads control its back legs. It also has a healthy sibling without any mutation.
Hakob Avetyan holds a two-headed calf i
Hakob Avetyan holds a two-headed calf in the Armenian village of Sotk, on January 28, 2011. The two-headed calf was born on January 25 in the Avetyans' cow house. Two-headed people and animals, though rare, have long been known to exist and documented. AFP PHOTO / KAREN MINASYAN (Photo credit should read KAREN MINASYAN/AFP/Getty Images)
A Palestinian farmer holds a two-headed
A Palestinian farmer holds a two-headed sheep outside his family home in the West Bank al-Fawar refugee camp, near Hebron, on November 9, 2008. AFP PHOTO/HAZEM BADER (Photo credit should read HAZEM BADER/AFP/Getty Images)
Leonard Sonnenschein, president of the World Aquarium in St. Louis, holds We, a two-headed albino rat snake, Monday, Jan. 2, 2006. Sonnenschein has decided to sell the reptile, and bidding on e-Bay will start at $150,000. The 6-year-old snake came to the aquarium's attention when its previous owner distributed a circular offering it for sale days after its birth. The aquarium paid $15,000, knowing full well that most two-headed snakes don't live more than a few months. (AP Photo/James A. Finley)