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'I couldn't take it in at first - I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me - I've never even heard about a dolphin like this let alone seen one with my own eyes - I was completely shocked.'
The stunned teacher called the police who came and removed the dolphin to a laboratory for further investigation.
Early reports said the eyes on one of the dolphin heads were not properly opened - neither was one of the blow holes.
Associate professor Mehmet Gokoglu from the marine-biology department at the Ak Deniz University said he welcomed the opportunity to study the strange dolphin adding: 'Such a dolphin is a very rare occurance - similar to the occurrence of conjoined human twins'.
originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
Conjoined twins happen in mammals. No toxicity required. a reply to: subtopia