Lucertola a due teste

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 22: An unnamed two headed bobtail lizard, a type of skink, is seen at its new reptile park home at Henley Brook on April 22, 2010 in Perth, Australia. The two-headed reptile was rescued from Coogee by the Park and appears to be doing well, despite the life expectancy of such mutated births to be short. It eats from both heads but the larger head has also tried to attack the smaller one, and its movement is difficult as both heads control its back legs. It also has a healthy sibling without any mutation. Bobtails give birth to live offspring, rather than laying eggs. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

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