Two-headed reptiles are not entirely uncommon. They probably happen more often than not. Stephen Evans of Birkenhead in the United Kingdom is lucky enough to have his pair of bearded dragons hatch out a two-headed beardie. Initially Evans thought that he had twins, but when it broke out if its shell he realized that the lizard was a conjoined twin.
He posted a photo of the reptile onto his Facebook page and like most interesting images, it went mini viral in the social sphere. The bearded dragon, named Olaf appears to be like any normal bearded dragon, with the exception that it has two heads. Evans told the Liverpool Echo that it is healthy and strong and hatched out on its own with no assistance from him. The heads move independently and the rest of the lizard moves normally, he said.