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The only two-headed shark fetus ever recorded was discovered in the Gulf of Mexico in 2011.
Bull shark head

A new study by Michigan State University and appearing in the Journal of Fish Biology, confirmed that a two-headed bull shark found in the Gulf of Mexico April 7, 2011, was a single shark with two heads, rather than conjoined twins.

Patrick Rice, Shark Defense/Florida Keys Community College