This Two Headed Shark Is Mysterious To Researchers For A Bizarre Reason

Scientists are finding these fishes everywhere.

This Two Headed Shark Is Mysterious To
Researchers For A Bizarre Reason
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If you are among those who have ever watched the blockbuster hit 'Jaws' then you might understand the terror of shark attacks. Though shark attacks are quite rare, still people lose their minds irrationally just at the thought of them. Blame it on the hit movie 'Jaws' or the strange look of sharks; these frightening civilians manage to be the cause of fear of being torn apart by the most vicious predator.

Well, to add more to your knowledge let me tell you that these sharks are becoming more and more worldwide than just being a rare mutant fish. The two-headed sharks are appearing at an alarming number, and the reason behind the growing rates has become a mystery to the researchers.

There is more to it. Read on!

If you are scared of sharks then this news is going to make your fear worse than ever.

If you are scared of sharks then this news is going to make your fear worse than ever.

Well, the latest discovery speaks of living two-headed shark.

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Scientists in Spain have discovered living two-headed sharks.

Scientists in Spain have discovered living two-headed
sharks.
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They have not come across only one such shark. In fact, they discovered many two-headed sharks appearing at an alarming rate ubiquitously.

Scientists are finding the mutant two-headed sharks everywhere.

Scientists are finding the mutant two-headed sharks everywhere.
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Many of them seem to be consigned to embryos or infant sharks. Also, the instances of adolescent sharks have been calculated in present time. 

This perplexing trend of two-headed shark sightings began in 2008.

This perplexing trend of two-headed shark sightings began in 2008.
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A fisherman Christian Johnston spotted this two-headed blue shark off the seashore of Australia. Well, Blue sharks are found more to give birth to a lot of two-headed sharks.

Two-headed sharks are egg-laying sharks rather than being a birthing shark.

Two-headed sharks are egg-laying sharks rather than being a
birthing shark.
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So, this gives a clear idea that there might be chances of the existence of two-headed shark eggs in tonnes.

Well, two-headed sharks have obviously two heads, two livers, two stomachs but one intestinal tract and a brain.

Spanish researchers have found this two-headed embryo in the Western Mediterranean.

Spanish researchers have found this two-headed embryo in the Western Mediterranean.
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While rearing the several sharks for human-health research, the researchers also found an Atlantic saw tail catshark embryo with two heads.

A few assumptions made by researchers suggest that...

A few assumptions made by researchers suggest that...
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The over-fishing is prompting more inbreeding in sharks.

But still, the mystery remains unaltered.

But still, the mystery remains unaltered.
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What encouraged the growing mutant numbers is a mystery to Science.

However, their popping numbers are making it difficult to dig out the actual triggering agent.

However, their popping numbers are making it difficult to dig out the actual triggering agent.
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Whether it is a pure chance, genetic cause or many other factors like viral infections, the unknown reason is challenging scientists every minute.

Fortunately, the biologists have not found any two-headed Great White sharks yet.

Fortunately, the biologists have not found any two-headed
Great White sharks yet.
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Well, good for every novice swimmer. I hope they never find any.

Are these two-headed sharks enough to scare you?