10 Genetically Mutated Creatures

By: Cowbag - Published: Oct 7, 2008 • References: oddanimals & uniquedaily
It seems the web is awash with mutant animals. Apparently, they are more common than most of us might think.

The Siamese fish are incredibly rare, and despite being attached at the stomach, both still survive. The bigger fish protects its smaller sibling on the bottom, while the little one is responsible for finding food. Nice to know they get on.

I also have to admit the eight-legged cat totally freaks me out. I can’t deal with it at all! Stats for Animal Anomalies Trending: Older & Buzzing
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