CALIFORNIA – A two headed whale, The conjoined twins—also known as Siamese twins—measured about seven to ten feet in length was found , according to several reports.
Gray whale gestation lasts for 13.5 months, said Jim Dines, collections manager of mammals at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in California. So the conjoined twins were probably between 8.5 and 10.5 months of age when they were born, he noted.
Dines cautions that those ages are only estimates based on the lengths of single fetuses. “In the case of twins, the mother has to provide nourishment for two growing fetuses and that may result in two slightly smaller fetuses rather than one normal-sized one,” he explained.
“These were pretty sizeable,” Dines said. “There’s a fair chance the mother was trying to deliver them and couldn’t.”
Are we starting to see more than just sea life die-offs and strange behavior from the massive radioactive water dumps into the Pacific ocean from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant?
With all the strange behavior of multiple different sea creatures and mutations as well as the dead sea life scattered along 98 percent of the ocean floor, are we now seeing more proof that the Fukushima radiation is destroying us by air and by sea.