Double-Headed Sharks Are Becoming More Common
Submitted by: lalapancakes⚫ 10 months ago in
Two-headed sharks are apparently becoming a more common thing. Scientists are confused by the uptrend in the genetic deficiencies citing everything from overfishing to pollution as the cause.
An increasing number of two-headed sharks are being reported in the wild, leaving scientists unable to explain why.
Over the last few years, a growing number of these genetic aberrations have been discovered and examined by scientists.
Professor Valentín Sans Coma, from the University of Malaga, studied the embryo of a two-headed catfish shark in a laboratory condition alongside 800 other shark embryos.