Jan Davis received a big surprise last week from a newly hatched bearded dragon. The reptile came out with two heads. Davis and her husband breed reptiles in Kernesville, North Carolina. Although the malformation is very rare, it is not unheard of in the exotic species, which can grow up to 20 inches. According to an NBC news report, the couple does not plan to sell the reptile, but they are confused about which head to feed.

Catch a glimpse of the two-headed lizard: www.ksdk.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=143310