Two-headed porpoise caught in fishing net is first ever found
A rare case of cetacean conjoined twinsHenk TanisBy Georgina HinesFishers off the coast of the Netherlands got quite a shock when they caught what has now been confirmed as the first case of conjoined twin harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena). With a single body and two fully grown heads, this is a case of partial twinning, or parapagus dicephalus....
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