A Two-Headed Bull Shark Found by Fisher in the Gulf of Mexico

A two-headed bull shark was caught by fishermen 2 years and he gave it to scientists, who wrote about it in an article published in the Journal of Fish Biology this week. C. Michael Wagner of Michigan State University, said it was the first known situation of the phenomenon in bull sharks, and one of only about a 50 percent number of documented situations of a two-headed shark anywhere. Professionals say the development of a two-headed shark may be a globe first. The shark has 2 stomachs and hearts but only one tail. C. Michael Wagner pointed out, Two-headed bull sharks not having bones

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