A mutated baby gray whale with two heads and two tails has washed up on shore at a beach in Baja, California.
Quite possibly the first reported case of such a mutation, many suspect that contaminated water from the Fukushima disaster caused two whales to fuse together.
This theory is difficult to refute considering a great deal of the Pacific Ocean floor is reportedly scattered with dead sea life.
Conjoined twins have obviously occurred in other species, yet there is no record of any published instances of conjoined gray whale twins.

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