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Rare conjoined turtles hatched in Massachusetts



Conjoined turtles with two heads and a single body have hatched at a Massachusetts wildlife center. Against all odds, the fused siblings are thriving.

The baby turtles, diamondback terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin), are “very alert” and “active,” according to a recent Facebook post from the New England Wildlife Center’s Cape Cod branch. “Animals with this rare condition don’t always survive very long or live a good quality of life, but these two have given us reason to be optimistic.”



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