Rare Discovery: Two-Headed Mutant Turtle Found on South Carolina Beach Stuns Onlookers. my
This person also said that there have been many other two-headed turtles found in South Carolina waters over the years, but this is the first time the patrol has found this individual in the area in the Edisto marine park.
After the group took some photos, they released all three turtles back into the sea. However, according to experts, the turtle will not be able to live as long as the natural tortoise, because the survival probability of the mutant animal is quite low.
According to the World Marine Organization, sea turtles can lay eggs all year round, but mainly in the summer. But it’s important to keep their nests safe.
This is because when the nest is disturbed, the chance of survival of the young turtles is only 25% or less.