Cuban fisherman Oswaldo lópez Romero from the city of Pinar del Rio went to dig up worms for fishing, but dug a two-headed turtle.
About it reports “Correspondent”, referring to granma.cu.
A man and his son decided to go fishing and dig for this lure. But during the search, the worms came upon the laying turtles. There, the fishermen saw the Siamese twins, joined at the shells and tried to get out of the eggs.
The husband took the reptile home, but doubted that she would survive. But being safely hatched and started eating. In turtles glued to the side shell, two heads, four front and two hind legs and two tails.
About the discovery was quickly recognized by other fishermen, and Romero began to receive proposals to sell the turtle. In nature, these hybrids almost never occur because it is difficult for them to find food and move around. But the family refuses to sell the turtles, responding that they are priceless.