In what's being called an "exceptionally rare" discovery, fishermen found two conjoined gray whale calves on a beach near the town of Guerrero Negro in Mexico's Baja Peninsula on Wednesday. The Siamese whales, each with their own heads and tail fins but joined at the waist, apparently died shortly after being born.
Conjoined whales discovered in Mexico
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