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Conjoined twin crocs: two animals become one—within the head! Twins joined at the head are called craniopagus twins. An unhatched egg of a saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus; OUVC 10598) revealed conjoined (Siamese) twins: 8 limbs, 2 tails, 2 necks, 2 brains (more or less), 4 inner ears, and 1 face. Scanned on the OUµCT in 2009. Check out the videos on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/aJdLyRBS_OU, https://youtu.be/mXeuvb3I0tI, https://youtu.be/KOABrpXnY.