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Rare two-headed sea turtle straining to crawl spotted on US beach

The turtle was discovered when the Edisto Beach State Park’s Sea Turtle Patrol was out completing a routine nest inventory after detecting a significant emergence, according to South Carolina State Parks.

“Three to five days after a sea turtle nest shows signs of a major emergency, we dig down to determine the success of the nest by counting the hatched eggs, unhatched eggs and on occasions also find live hatchlings,” read the post by South Carolina State Parks.

“While performing an inventory this past Wednesday, patrollers, and volunteers found three alive loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings still in the chamber, but one hatchling, in particular, stood out because it had two heads” it added.


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