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Thelma and Louise, right, a two-headed Texas cooter turtle, is seen next to a normal texas cooter in an undated photo provided by the San Antonio Zoo. Zoo officials on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 said the Texas cooter was born June 18. The turtle was one of several Texas cooters born this month at the zoo but the only one with two heads. The unusual turtle will go on display Thursday at the zoo's Friedrich Aquarium. (AP Photo/San Antonio Zoo)
Watch video of a two-headed turtle born at Texas zoo
First Published Jun 27 2013 10:38 am • Last Updated Jun 27 2013 10:40 am

A two-headed turtle is making its debut today at the San Antonio Zoo.

Watch video of a two-headed turtle born at Texas zoo

The public can get its first glimpse at a two-headed turtle today at the San Antonio Zoo.A two-headed turtle born earlier this month is healthy and now on display at the San Antonio Zoo in Texas. The turtle, a female Texas cooter named Thelma and Louise, is not expected to have any health issues, according to a zoo official.A two-faced kitten born earlier this month in Oregon also made national headlines. That kitten, named Deucy, died two days after she ...

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