THESE two giraffes go head-to-head with other animals for the craziest photos that have to be taken twice.
The duo looked like they would share the same body while on safari in Namibia.
Elsewhere, a pair of penguins in Antarctica pulled off a similar trick, and in Surrey, a horse looked like it was being walked on the back of a dog.
The world’s oldest giraffe died in an Australian zoo last December.
At 31, the great-grandmother was the first giraffe calf born at Taronga Western Plains Zoo in 1990.
Since then she has given birth to 14 calves and has a total of 61 offspring.
Two of Mutangi’s daughters still live with her at Taronga Zoo while her other calves have been sent to other enclosures in Australia and New Zealand.
Before her death, goalkeeper Bobby-Jo Vial described Mutangi as having “a lot of character”.
“She’s quite cheeky and she’s always up for a challenge.”
https://www.the-sun.com/news/5042648/two-headed-giraffe-wildlife/ Wildlife lovers will have to do a double take after spotting a “two-headed” giraffe