The two-headed baby sea turtle, unsurprisingly, almost didn’t make it out of the nest. On Tuesday morning, researchers with the University of Central Florida’s turtle research lab were walking along a Brevard County beach, counting how many hatchlings had emerged from nests that had been marked days before. But as two interns with the lab examined one of the nests, they realized that a straggler was hidden in the sand: a baby loggerhead with two heads, barely large enough to fit into a human palm. The research group shared a photo of the hatchling on its Facebook page Thursday, noting that its staff had “never seen anything quite like it.”


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