The number of mutated, two-headed sharks in the seas is rising! Scientists already know the cause of it

As every action causes reaction, people should act reasonably not to permanently destroy the natural environment.

Humans have been subduing and changing the Earth for ages. The most discussed result of human activity on the planet is the greenhouse effect but unfortunately it is not the only problem caused by people. We have also made many species become extinct or we have influenced their natural life cycles.


Sea wildlife problems have recently attracted marine biologists’ attention. It was caused by the increased number of two-headed sharks being found.

The biologists started to investigate the mystery. Unfortunately, all the evidence suggests human activity and irresponsible actions taken by people.

You will find more information about two-headed sharks and how the man is destroying wildlife in oceans and seas on the next pages.