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The Two-Headed Monster 1978, as the name implies, is an example of bicephaly. Speaking in baby-like gibberish, the monster, in typical sketches, would sound out words in front of a brick wall, or do something else which involves cooperation.

The Two-Headed Monster 1978, as the name implies, is an example of bicephaly. Speaking in baby-like gibberish, the monster, in typical sketches, would sound out words in front of a brick wall, or do something else which involves cooperation.

A radiograph of a two-headed shark.  CREDIT: Journal of Fish Biology / C. M. Wagner et al

A radiograph of a two-headed shark. CREDIT: Journal of Fish Biology / C. M. Wagner et al

one body, two heads, two necks, two spines and two separate esophagi and tracheas. But they had only one heart, stomach and lung each.

one body, two heads, two necks, two spines and two separate esophagi and tracheas. But they had only one heart, stomach and lung each.

Two Heads Two Hands and Flower Framed Art Print by Frank Mcintosh at Art.com

Two Heads Two Hands and Flower Framed Art Print by Frank Mcintosh at Art.com

Several North American river turtles (also known as cooters) were born at the San Antonio Zoo last week, but Thelma and Louise were the only ones born with this rare condition. | There's A Two-Headed Baby Turtle Named Thelma And Louise And She's Adorable

Several North American river turtles (also known as cooters) were born at the San Antonio Zoo last week, but Thelma and Louise were the only ones born with this rare condition. | There's A Two-Headed Baby Turtle Named Thelma And Louise And She's Adorable

The Two-Headed Turtle artwork is part of a series of linocuts I have been making which are embellished with all sorts of beautiful ephemera and

The Two-Headed Turtle artwork is part of a series of linocuts I have been making which are embellished with all sorts of beautiful ephemera and

The animal also has two hearts, six legs and a single intestine. "Strictly speaking it isn't a tortoise with two heads, but rather two conjoined tortoises," zoologist Yuri Yuravliov told the Agence France-Presse. Dmitry Tkachev, who organized the Kiev exhibition where the tortoise is on display, told Russian state media that the two heads can't see each other. “Each has its own character, so they often want to crawl in different directions,” he explained to the Russian international news…

The animal also has two hearts, six legs and a single intestine. "Strictly speaking it isn't a tortoise with two heads, but rather two conjoined tortoises," zoologist Yuri Yuravliov told the Agence France-Presse. Dmitry Tkachev, who organized the Kiev exhibition where the tortoise is on display, told Russian state media that the two heads can't see each other. “Each has its own character, so they often want to crawl in different directions,” he explained to the Russian international news…

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