Photographers accidentally make mutants out of wild animalsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/photographers-accidentally-make-mutants-out-of-wild-animals1.html
Two-headed ponies, stuck zebras and headless penguins are a collection of very timely pictures that you will want to look at more closely. Photographer Jofrey Baker's jaw literally dropped when he saw his picture of a wild pony - it looks like the animal has grown a second head. Another photographer, Miguel Margarido, was traveling with friends in Kruger National Park in South Africa, where he took two zebras. In the photo, they turned out like Siamese twins. Another picture was taken when tourists were passing by a giraffe, which at the time of shooting wanted to scratch. The result was some kind of mutant. All these magnificent photos taken "at that very moment" are collected in one collection.
The giraffe decided to scratch.
The pony has grown a second head. Gower Peninsula, Wales, United Kingdom.
The camel has completely lost his head. Rajasthan, India.
The eagle landed, but the head did not.
The Canadian red-headed woodpecker is rare, and the two-headed woodpecker is even rarer!
As you know, penguins can't fly. And the head, apparently, still could.
Three bodies, two heads, five paws. Q: How many flamingos are there?
Serpent Gorynych, are you?
A two-faced cheetah.
And how well the print matched!
Split giraffe personality.
Two-headed. Feathered. Your.