National Park Service biologists in North Carolina made an unusual discovery while checking on sea turtle nests — a two-headed baby turtle.
The National Park Service said wildlife biologists at Cape Hatteras National Seashore, in North Carolina’s Outer Banks, came across the unusual turtle on the beach this week.
“Are two heads really better than one?! It’s not everyday that park biologists find a two-headed sea turtle!” the park said in a Facebook post.
South Carolina State Parks said in late July that members of the Edisto Beach State Park’s Sea Turtle Patrol were conducting a routine nest inventory when they found the baby loggerhead with two heads.