Any fisherman would be excited just to catch a shark. So imagine this fisherman’s excitement when he reeled in a two-headed bull shark off the Florida Keys.
The shark — who would not have been able to survive in the wild very long due to its condition — was handed over to scientists for study. MRI scans showed the shark had two distinct brains, hearts and stomachs, although the rest of the body was joined together by one tail. This is the sixth case ever recorded of a two-headed shark, although the first time it has been seen in a bull shark.
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