Friday, January 13, 2012

Double Headed Animals

Frank and Louie, a gray feline with two mouths, two noses and three eyes, turned 12 years old and is the world's oldest, living two-faced cat. 

Leonard Sonnenschein, president of the World Aquarium in St. Louis, holds a two-headed albino rat snake. The eight-year-old oddity of nature was known affectionately by fans worldwide as "We" died of natural causes in 2007. 

Oct. 28, 2011 photo provided by Daniel Parker of, a two-headed albino Honduran milk snake is shown in Ridge Manor, Fla. Parker, a University of Central Florida biologist, says that most two-headed snakes have typical coloration. Albino snakes don't have dark pigmentation in their skin. Albino milk snakes appear in bright shades of red, orange and white. The biologist says two-headed snakes have been documented to live as long as 20 years in captivity. But with two brains giving commands to a single body, Parker says the snake would have a difficult time surviving in the wild. (AP Photo/, Daniel Parker)

A turtle born with two heads and an extra set of legs between them is held by an employee of a Jenkintown, Pa., pet store on Sept. 22, 1986. The owner of the store said while it was the strangest thing head ever seen he had no idea how long it would live. (AP Photo/Rusty Kennedy)

An official shows a two-headed baby crocodile at Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm on the outskirt of Bangkok. TAn official shows a two-headed baby crocodile at Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm on the outskirt of Bangkok Monday, June 25, 2001. The crocodile, which shares the bottom part of the body, has eight legs and two tails, was born at this farm three days ago. It is measured at 17-centimeter long and weighs at 70 grams. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit) 

Janus, the Geneva Museum of Natural History's two-headed Greek tortoise, is presented to the press and the public during the official celebration of its 10th birthday on 05 September 2007. AFP PHOTO / FABRICE COFFRINI 

A two-headed red slider turtle is displayed at Big Al's Aquarium Supercenter in East Norriton, Pa., Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) 

A vet feeds five month two-headed calf "Milagritos" (Little Miracle) in Cajamarca, Peru, on August 19, 2009. AFP PHOTO/ANDINA -Eduardo Lozano 

A Hereford calf with two joining heads is bottle fed at a veterinary clinic in Elk Grove, California on April, 2, 1987 where it was taken by owner Dick Harry. The twelve day old female calf can eat with both mouths but the one being fed is more dominant. (AP Photo/Walt Zeboski)

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