Just 3.2-feet in length, the 1-year-old calf had two heads but then appeared to merge down to share one tail.
“I couldn't take it in at first,” Metin told AOL Travel. “I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me — I’ve never even heard about a dolphin like this let alone seen one with my own eyes — I was completely shocked.”
Metin called the cops and the deceased sea mammal's body was taken to a nearby science laboratory for further investigation.
Turkish media reports say Turkish scientists will examine the two-headed dolphin that washed up on a beach in western Turkey.
Marine biologist Mehmet Gokoglu, from Ak Deniz University, said he “welcomed” the chance to study such a unique animal.
“Such a dolphin is a very rare occurrence — similar to the occurrence of conjoined human twins,” he said.
Source Article: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/body-two-headed-dolphin-washes-turkish-beach-article-1.1899287
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