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March 27 2013
Scientists have confirmed that a shark found off the coast of Florida in 2011 was a single specimen with two heads, rather than conjoined twins.
The discovery has sent shockwaves through the world of marine biology, with scientists calling it the rarest two-headed shark ever recorded.
The fisherman got double what he bargained for when he caught a regular adult bull-shark on a routine trip. After opening the uterus, he found the baby.
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