Rare Two-headed Sea Turtle Hatchling Found on Northern Jupiter Island

Aug 6, 2012
The Reptile Report
by Robyn

The Reptile Report - Jupiter Island, Florida- On the morning of July 31, the biologist with Jensen Beach-based Ecological Associates was excavating a sea turtle nest on the northern end of Jupiter that had hatched three days earlier to determine the reproductive success rate. It’s not unusual for a straggling hatchling or two to be found among the empty egg shells. It’s highly unusual for one of the hatchlings to have two heads.

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