Conjoined Twin Gray Whales Found in Mexico

Scientists discovered what might be the first documented case of conjoined twin gray whales.

The whales were found in Scammon's Lagoon in Mexico Sunday, according to Pete Thomas Outdoors. Judging from their size, the whales were likely miscarried. Normal newborn gray whales are normally 12 to 16 feet long; the twins measured 7 feet.

The whales did not survive and the carcass has been collected for study.