Doctor Evil’s two-headed shark discovered in Gulf of Mexico

// April 1st, 2013 // News

Two-headed Bull Shark found in Gulf Of Mexico (April 7, 2011)

Researchers confirmed last week that the two-headed shark discovered in the Gulf of Mexico on April 7, 2011, was indeed a single shark with two heads and not a conjoined twin. The specimen was found by a fisherman in the uterus of a pregnant female shark near the Florida Keys. It is the first confirmed two-headed bull shark. Some have noted that the shark was found shortly after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill that occurred in the nearby area but authorities claim the shark’s deformity is not related to contaminants from the spill.

Sonogram confirms two-headed shark was not conjoined twins

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