Conjoined gray whales discovered off the coast of Mexico
January 8, 2014, 22:02:08 CET | mm-inews

Photo credit: Jesús Gómez/Guerrero Negro Verde
Mexican researchers have discovered conjoined gray whale twins in Laguna Ojo de Liebre, just off the Pacific Ocean near Baja California Sur.

The whales were deceased on discovery.

Whale twins are rare, but conjoined twins are exceptional, unfortunately the twins seemed to be the product of a miscarriage as they were under-developed.

The whales were conjoined at the midsection and had two heads and two tails. The calves have been taken for study.
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