Ever since the movie Jaws premiered, people have been irrationally terrified of shark attacks, even though they're quite rare.
And this latest discovery is only going to make those fears worse.
Marine biologists in Spain have come across a real, living two-headed shark. It's not the only one we've come across either.
Actually, they’re popping up more and more frequently, which should send a shiver down anyone’s spine.
It's an egg-laying shark as opposed to a birthing shark...
via: Black White Style
So chances are there are tons of two-headed shark eggs out there, in case the full-grown ones weren’t creepy enough.
Here's what a two-headed shark embryo looks like.
via: Nat Geo
Scientists found this shark embryo with two heads in the Western Mediterranean. It’s an Atlantic sawtail catshark.
Then there's this live specimen, which was found in the same area by Spanish marine biologists.
via: IB Times
They reside about 1,000-2,000 feet below the surface of the water, so chances are they’re not getting near swimmers for a nibble, but still…pretty freaky.