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Originally posted by ignorant_ape
also , the rarity of the mutation which produces 2 headed reptiles should not be overlooked - as pointed out in another article , the instances of 2 headed snakes is amazingly rare . though thre are millions of snakes alive @ any one time
Originally posted by thematrix
Thain: have you ever seen a crocodile hatchling? Its head is almost 1/3'd of its body.
This is a fossile of either a hatchling that didn't live long or a stillborn.
Also, 2 headed chickens, reptiles, snakes and such are indeed rare, but not non-existent, its a marvelous find but perfectly explainable in normal ways other then making it a "2 headed species".
Originally posted by IrvingTheExplainer
Yeah, two-headed anythings aren't as rare as people think.
And don't take "dragon" too litereally. The Chinese refer to dinosaur bones as "dragon" bones. Dragons are dinosaurs.
Originally posted by Dragonoligist Zac
The word is "Lung" or "Long".
And btw this thread is odd. I mean, what, it could be a:
a) reptile with a growth.
b) reptile woth a mutation
And also, "Ooooo, a sketch, we are really gonna believe it now" comment is also fitting ((but unessosary)**i may hav e spelt that wrong, but...yeah)).
But still, this has a long way to go to get MY belief.