By Susan Duclos via beforeitsnews
Are we starting to see more than just sea life die-offs and strange behavior from the massive radioactive water dumps into the Pacific ocean from the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant?
Are we starting to see the mutations that are associated with radiation?
In my video below I show photos from a couple places of this mutated baby whale, two heads, two tails, which looks like two whales had been fused together.
With all the strange behavior of multiple different sea creatures as well as the dead sea life scattered along 98 percent of the ocean floor, are we now seeing more proof that the Fukushima radiation is destroying us by air and by sea?
It might be the first documented case of conjoined twin gray whales. (Conjoined twins have occurred in other species, such as fin, sei and minke whales. A database search at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County did not reveal published instances of conjoined gray whale twins, or what might also be referred to as Siamese gray whale twins.)