In nature, conjoined twins — a rarity.
Cuban fisherman Oswaldo lópez Romero from the city of Pinar del Rio went to dig worms for fishing. During the search of the bait he stumbled upon a laying turtle. Among newly hatched reptile man noticed a rare two-headed reptile.
He took the animal home, but doubted that it would survive. But the creature began to eat.
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Cuba (Republic of Cuba) is an island country in the Northern part of the Caribbean sea.
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Capital – Havana
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Turtles — fused on the side shell, two heads, four front and two hind legs and two tails. In nature, these hybrids almost never occur because it is difficult for them to find food and move around.
The fisherman offered to sell unique pet, but he refused.
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