Monday, March 25, 2013

This Can't Be Good...

This week a fisherman in the Florida Keys caught a bull shark with a surprise inside: a live shark fetus with 2, count 'em two heads.

According to the Journal Of Fish Biology, which is something that apparently really exists, this is one of only six instances of axial bifurcation, or two headedness, ever recorded in sharks.

A spokesman for the Journal says the double-noggined shark likely wouldn't have survived long in the wild because it wouldn't be able to swim fast enough to catch its swiftly moving prey. He apparently failed to take into account that what a two-headed shark might lack in speed, it more than makes up for in sheer pants-crapping terror.

You know the world's in trouble when Asylum Studio's movies start coming true.


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