Siamese Crocodile Babies

Siamese Crocodiles

Courtesy of Zooillogix reader extraordinaire, Zellychan.

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...which would be oh so excellent as a band name.

When I first saw the post before the video loaded, I thought, "Oh, these are just some crocodile babies from Siam" (the old name for Thailand). Then I saw that they are conjoined twin crocs, or more precisely, Siamese Siamese crocs. Anybody else up for naming the pair Chang and Eng?

By Turkish_Delight (not verified) on 24 Mar 2009 #permalink

This is as close to a Pushme-Pullyou as we're going to see in our lifetimes.

By Theodosia (not verified) on 25 Mar 2009 #permalink