Its small body looked just as you’d expect for a newborn porpoise, but with one inescapable difference – two perfectly formed heads. The two male calves, who shared one body, were the first reported case of conjoined twins in the harbour porpoise species (Phocoena phocoena). Sadly, the twins are thought to have died shortly after birth.
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