UK: three-headed frog found a mutant




In the UK, the three-headed frog found a mutant.

She was found on the lawn of a kindergarten in the English county of Somerset.

Children delight knew no bounds when they saw them jumping frog with three heads. Amphibian move around on six legs.

Tutors kindergarten at first thought it was three frogs that somehow just clung to each other. But frogs and indeed were Siamese twins.

According to biologists, the cause could be a mutation of a bad environment. Now a three-headed frog lives in kindergarten pond.

Battery News, 09-03-2004 17:06

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