Extraordinary One Time Shots Of Animals

Remarkable Shots Of Remarkable Animals
2-Headed Turtle-Horned Snake-Praying Otter-Frog Carrying An Umbrella..Things You Don't See Everyday
Extraordinary One Time Shots Of Animals

In Texas, two heads are better than one! A two-headed Texas cooter turtle named Thelma and Louise hatched at the San Antonio Zoo, zoo officials announced on June 26, 2013. Although Thelma and Louise was one of four Texas cooter turtles that hatched on June 18, zoo officials said she was the only one with two heads. The two-headed turtle will be on exhibit in the Zoo's Friedrich Aquarium. (San Antonio Zoo)
Extraordinary One Time Shots Of Animals

A brave diver gets up close to a huge anaconda snake resting on a riverbank after gobbling up its latest prey. Wearing just a wetsuit, snake enthusiast Franco Banfi, 53, ventured near enough to touch the scary 26 foot (8 meters) beast as it lay in the sun in the Mato Grosso do Sol in Brazil. (Franco Banfi/Solent News)
Extraordinary One Time Shots Of Animals

This is a Walston's tube-nosed bat, a rare new species discovered in Cambodia. It was named for Joe Walston of New York's Wildlife Conservation Society. Not much is known about these bats, other than that they are not to be trifled with. (Wildlife Conservation Society )

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