Giant Animals

Conjoined Whale Twins Wash Ashore in Mexico

01/10/2014

Wow, this is freaky, and sad. A bodies of a pair of conjoined gray whale calves have recently washed ashore in Baja California, Mexico. While it's not unprecedented for whales to give birth to conjoined twins, it's apparently a first for this species. Find out more in the this video:

Here's more on the gray whale from Baja California.

 

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